Released December 21, 2017
ADMB source build and usage procedures for Windows.
For Windows computers with Visual C++ compiler already installed, read and follow the instuctions in QuickStart for Visual C++.
For builds within *Cygwin* and *MinGW-Msys* shells, read and follow the instructions in the QuickStart for Unix.
The following programs are required to be installed on the local computer.
C++ Compiler (see list below)
Supported C++ Compilers for Windows
Note — C++ Compilers should be included in the System Enviroment PATH.
Optional — Installed Subversion Client such as SlikSVN.
Download source distribution admb-12.0-src.zip.
Double click downloaded zip file and copy admb directory to the Local Drive (C:\>).
Alternative — Use Git client (see command below) to download directly from ADMB version control repository.
C:\> git clone https://github.com/admb-project/admb.git
This will download latest admb source repository to C:\admb\>.
Build ADMB source
Open Command Prompt window.
Change to admb directory.
C:\> cd admb
To build with MinGW C++ compiler, use the command below.
If debug symbols are needed, use the command below.
C:\admb\> utilities\make debug
To build with MinGW C++ compiler and Msys , use the command below.
To build 64 bit with Rtools, use the command below.
Note — The outdated make utility from Rtools is incompatible with ADMB build files.
C:\admb\> utilities\make CXXFLAGS=-m64 LDFLAGS=-m64
Note — When the build is completed, C:\admb\build\dist\> is the binary distribution directory.
In the Command Prompt window, use the steps below to build and run the simple example.
Change to simple example directory.
C:\admb\> cd examples\admb\simple
Build simple example.
C:\admb\examples\admb\simple\> C:\admb\admb simple.tpl
Run simple example.
Read manuals for more information.
For help and support, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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