|Assignee:||Chris Grandin||% Done:|
|Category:||ADMB 11||Estimated time:||5.00 hours|
|Target version:||ADMB 11|
Ensure that the installation for windows work seamlessly
#1 Updated by Chris Grandin about 3 years ago
- Target version set to ADMB 11
I'm trying to find out how the Windows 7 install exe is created. It looks like an innosetup project but who has the working project for this? It appears that the downloadable Windows 10.1 ADMB installs on Windows but it is in a bad place, the 'Program Files (x86)' directory which wreaks havoc on linkers. It does not work out-of-the-box, all users I have contact with move it into something like C:\ADMB and manual setting of paths which I can remedy.
#3 Updated by Chris Grandin almost 3 years ago
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- Estimated time set to 5.00
The Visual studio installs for 32-bit and 64-bit should now work correctly. I have updated the VS install procedures extensively. This method is a little more complicated but it allows the user to compile their code from outside a Visual Studio command prompt, a limitation which many Windows users find inconvenient. This has been tested on Windows XP 32-bit, Windows XP 64-bit, and Windows 7 64-bit.
The install directions are here:
The MinGW and GCC installs need to be overhauled, as the ADMB distribution does not include MinGW nor gcc as is mentioned in the install procedures.