[Ipopt] Third Party and github

Pablo Perez pabloperez555 at hotmail.com
Mon Jan 20 04:46:24 EST 2020


what about if you want to compile Ipopt with OpenBLAS or Atlas? Is in that case coinbrew still valid modifying some flags?

Best regards and thank you
De: Ipopt <ipopt-bounces at coin-or.org> en nombre de Ted Ralphs <ted at lehigh.edu>
Enviado: domingo, 19 de enero de 2020 16:46
Para: Brad Bell <bradbell at seanet.com>
Cc: ipopt at list.coin-or.org <ipopt at list.coin-or.org>
Asunto: Re: [Ipopt] Third Party and github

In general, you can do something like

coinbrew fetch Ipopt:stable/3.13

To check out a specific SHA, it actually seems to work to just do, e.g.,

coinbrew fetch Ipopt:108d2899a

But I also did implement a specific option to check out a particular SHA

coinbrew fetch Ipopt --main-proj-sha 108d2899a

You can even check out the main project and all dependencies as of a particular date/time:

coinbrew fetch Ipopt --time "April 1 2019"



On Sun, Jan 19, 2020 at 6:58 AM Brad Bell <bradbell at seanet.com<mailto:bradbell at seanet.com>> wrote:
How would I specify the release of Ipopt that I want to install ?
(It would also be good to be able to specify a particular git hash).

On 1/18/20 10:30 AM, Ted Ralphs wrote:
> Is there a reason not to use coinbrew?
> wget https://github.com/coin-or/coinbrew/blob/master/coinbrew
> ./coinbrew fetch Ipopt
> will automatically download Ipopt and the third party projects list in .coin-or/Dependencies. One
> can then build with
> ./coinbrew build Ipopt
> Ted
... skip ...

Dr. Ted Ralphs
Professor, Industrial and Systems Engineering
Lehigh University
(610) 628-1280
ted 'at' lehigh 'dot' edu
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