Fixes for -debug option in tpl2cpp and tpl2rem.Remove include macros to unused header file gccmanip.h.
Fix broken build.
Fixed line 589 in tpl2lex caused issues in commit 1615; now BEGIN IN_NUMBER_DEF, instead of BEGIN INIT_BOUNDED_NUMBER_DEF
added xml capapility to admodel.h and tpl2cpp.lex
Fix typo, warnings and tabs.
Overloaded init_bounded_number_vector with a matrix argument containing input from data_matrix
Fix vc build.
Fix compiler warnings in lex files.
Fix issues with dll compile. Batch file did not link needed object file.
Overloaded init_bounded_number in tpl2lexx, admodel.h, and main.cpp to accept a vector defining minb, maxb, and phase of estimation to reduce the amount of user code for control files.
Simplify and cleanup .dll and .so builds.
Better integration of debugging library gdbprintlib into admb. The admb and admb.bat scripts now pass a debug flag to tpl2cpp.exe and tpl2rem.exe which insert the void function call to pad() in the main body of the CPP file. This allows the debugger to see the functions inside gdbprintlib and allows the user to use them inside a gdb session. CG
empty pad() call (gdbprintlib) is now only inserted into model CPPs when the source was built by 'make debug'
gdbprintlib now works for all sources if using debug version of ADMB with 'admb -g modelname'
Don't do pvm stuff in lex files.
VC build improvements.
Changed the lexer so that it adds #include <contrib.h> to a model's built cpp file. The user no longer needs to #include any of the contributed library header files in their TPL source.
Copy VERSION .
expanded default arrmblsize in tpl2cpp but did not move to gradstrc.cpp
Revert src back to r413 keeping changes in r420.
Dos to Linux line endings for more files
add prior_section and likelihood_section
started support for factors
Revert tpl2cpp.lex to revision 127.
Fix warnings in tpl2cpp.lex and tpl2rem.lex
small adjustment to init_table
Experimental init_table added
Copied revision 1006 from shibi to nceas. Old version control will now be only read only. This will be the primary version control.