[Osi] C# interface to OSI
Jan-Willem.Goossens at nc3a.nato.int
Tue Dec 9 04:21:08 EST 2008
I have to admit, I'd never heard of the Microsoft Solver Foundation before. However, seeing that the Release Data was Nov 13 2008, I don't feel too bad..
It seems like something also worth looking into.
Anyway, I'll keep on working on contributing our code.
From: thierry bourrillon [mailto:thierry.bourrillon at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2008 00:47
To: Goossens Jan-Willem
Cc: osi at list.coin-or.org
Subject: Re: [Osi] C# interface to OSI
thank you for trying to share your work.
another approach could be to have coin solvers as plugins in new Microsoft Solver Foundation.
On Mon, Dec 8, 2008 at 10:17 AM, Goossens Jan-Willem <Jan-Willem.Goossens at nc3a.nato.int<mailto:Jan-Willem.Goossens at nc3a.nato.int>> wrote:
Ah, finally somebody picked up on that!..
Yes, a few years ago we (I..) started to develop a .NET wrapper, not unlike flopc++ or CONCERT (but not as advanced), with classes like Model, Variable, Constraint and (linear) Expression, and many overloaded operators (like "+", "<=" etc). The wrapper is written in C++/CLI (aka C++ with Managed extension) in Visual Studio 2005, and simply links in the LIBs of CBC, CGL, CLP and their OSIs, to form one mixed-mode .NET DLL.
Setting all this up was not too difficult, and we've been using this a lot ever since. This final product has, until now, never left closed-source-ness, partly also because nobody was asking for it.
Maybe this is a good point to try to get my bosses to agree to give back and contribute our code to the COIN community (but probably don't hold your breath..)
>From the other side: would the COIN-OR be interested in such a project being added?
(I'll have a look at the Contributions page)
From: osi-bounces at list.coin-or.org<mailto:osi-bounces at list.coin-or.org> [mailto:osi-bounces at list.coin-or.org<mailto:osi-bounces at list.coin-or.org>] On Behalf Of thierry bourrillon
Sent: Sunday, December 07, 2008 01:30
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Subject: [Osi] C# interface to OSI
I would like to use OSI in c# to Solve some MIP problems.
I found some old post in the list :
and was wandering if now there would be a .net interface for OSI I could use ? or some sample code ?
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