|Target version:||ADMB 11|
In the old days, you could enter key commands while an ADMB program was running: q to finish the run; n to go to the next phase; and c to invoke the numeric derivative checker. This worked for me when I was running ADMB7 compiled with an ancient Microsoft C++ compiler and running in Win XP (don't laugh). Now in ADMB10 with MS Visual Studio 8 and Win7, these keystrokes are not enabled. All I can do is ^c to abort. I don't know if the issue is with ADMB, the compiler, or Win7. Can you replicate the issue and see if it is an ADMB change.
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Duplicated problem. Hitting Ctrl-C aborts the program. This happens just for Microsoft C++ compiler.
- Status changed from In Progress to Resolved
Fixed in revision 244. Ctrl-C then derivative checker.
- Status changed from Resolved to In Progress
Need to look into the next phase...
- Status changed from In Progress to Feedback
Delay task. Need feedback from dave.
Older versions of ADMB on windows did NOT require ctrl-c to use next phase 'n', final phase 'q' or derivative checker 'c' key presses.
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Resolved in revision 248.
- Status changed from Resolved to Closed
Feedback good. Keystrokes worked as before...
- Target version set to ADMB 11
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