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Fwd: [Help-gsl] code for biological models

From: sebastian
Subject: Fwd: [Help-gsl] code for biological models
Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 08:56:35 +0200


first, something with your date is wrong, 1997, hope this is not an
old message that has been answered 10 yrs ago...

anyways, i dont know about dev c++, but when the compiler complains
about an h-file not being found it is not a linker problem... rather,
it cannot find the gsl include files...

are you running linux? there, the compiler looks for h-files in
'/usr/include/', thus, if you write '#include gsl/gsl_sf_bessel.h' it
expects the file to be found at '/usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_bessel.h' ...

if you do not have gsl in '/usr/include' you can specify where too
look in addition using the -I parameter... if gsl is in
'/usr/local/include/gsl' compile with

gcc -I /usr/local/include/ ...

this is how you would do on the command line, i dont know where to
change these settings (adding a -I parameter to compilation) in dev
c++, though...


On 2/18/97, russell <address@hidden> wrote:
I'm trying to ultimately run code for models for estimation of biological 
processes. The code writer has asked his readers to use Dev C++ and GSL(as 
welll as dislin) to run the programs.
So far so good.
It seems that the problem with attempts to run the author's code, however,   (with Dev 
C++ ) are for example " gsl/gsl_sf_bessel.h No such file or directory". In 
other words, it seems that the Dev C++ compiler can't seem to link to the library files 
for either examples from the GSL manual that are fed in, or to the biological estimation 
codes that I referred to earlier(even though all the presecribed steps for linking 
libraries were followed.
I would like to start from a simple basis and work upwards. Yet it seems that 
this simple start must be linking the library for all the great-looking math 
functions in the GSL catalog.
Maybe I'm wrong to try to run the GSL code through Dev C++ and should try to 
use another interface...`  '


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