[Ipopt] Anyother way to use Ipopt in Unix-like system?

Stefan Vigerske stefan at math.hu-berlin.de
Wed Dec 9 08:04:23 EST 2009


if you have a working C/C++ compiler and the HSL code, then translating
HSL, Blas, and Lapack to C via f2c should work.
You probably can also just install f2c on the alpha system, then there
is no need to fiddle around with Windows.


lqc234 wrote:
> Hi everyone,hi Andreas!
>    My application is based on the alphaev68-dec-5.1b system.As ipopt needs fortran compiler to compile the fortran files,I tried to install the gcc into the alphaev68-dec-5.1b system in order to use gfortran,however it is not an easy thing.I have tried to install gcc several days and it still doesn't work.If I can't install the gcc on the system, is there any other way I can use Ipopt? For example,like on the windows , use the f2c to translate the fortran files into c files and then compile the c files in Unix and use the compiled .lib files ?  I really have no idea.Thanks for any suggestion! 
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Stefan Vigerske
Humboldt University Berlin, Numerical Mathematics

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