|Subject:||Re: [Help-glpk] GLPK for Windows 4.57, GLPK for Java 1.3.0, and GLPK for C#/CLI 1.1.0 released|
|Date:||Tue, 1 Dec 2015 10:42:38 -0200|
I just released GLPK for Java 1.3.1 which fixes the error.
On 30.11.2015 19:26, Sylvain Fournier wrote:
> Hi Heinrich,
> I recently updated GLPK for Java to version 4.57 and I'd like to share
> some considerations I had for the next versions.
> First, in my Windows application, I don't install GLPK for Java in the
> system but instead I link directly to the .dll libraries provided in the
> link you sent. When I try to execute my project, I get an unsatisfied
> link error ("Can't find dependent libraries"), which enforces me to load
> the GLPK library in my application using the following command:
> This line must be changed at each new GLPK version. On the other hand,
> in my Linux application, I don't need to load this library: it seems
> that the .so management is more "clever" on Linux and manages to
> automatically link to the right dependent library.
> My suggestion for the next GLPK for Java releases is to add this library
> loading, if possible, just before the glpk_4_57_java library loading in
> glpk.i. Or did I miss some explanation why it hasn't been done until now?
> Finally, is there some reason why the Linux libraries (.so) are not
> provided in any of the releases of GLPK or GLPK for Java? I don't mind
> compiling the libraries when I have to update GLPK, but then I'd like to
> understand why the libraries are given for Windows and not for Linux.
> *Sylvain Fournier*
> 2015-11-08 23:27 GMT-02:00 Heinrich Schuchardt <address@hidden
> GLPK for Windows 4.57 has been released. It provides 32 and 64 bit
> binaries for Windows. The project is located at
> http://winglpk.sourceforge.net .
> GLPK for Windows 4.57 includes GLPK for Java 1.3.0 and GLPK for C#/CLI
> GLPK for Java provides a Java binding for the GLPK library. The project
> is located at http://glpk-java.sourceforge.net .
> GLPK for C#/CLI provide a Common Language Interface binding for the GLPK
> library it allows to use all programming languages supported by Mono and
> .NET together with GLPK, e.g. C#, Visual Basic .NET, and F#. The project
> is located at http://glpk-cli.sourceforge.net . The Git repository is
> located at https://github.com/xypron/glpk-cli .
> Best regards
> Heinrich Schuchardt
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