[gecode-users] Exists some other documentation than Doxygen style?

Mikael Zayenz Lagerkvist zayenz at gmail.com
Thu Nov 27 13:25:39 CET 2008


This question has been asked before in the users-list [1].

As for how to call and initialize a search-engine manually, all the
code the example-classes use is in Example::run [2].


[1] http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lib.gecode.user/1982
[2] http://www.gecode.org/gecode-doc-latest/example_8icc-source.html#l00188

On Thu, Nov 27, 2008 at 1:01 PM, Michal Tuláček <michal at tulacek.eu> wrote:
> Dears,
>  I am writing a bachelor thesis which is focused on comparing of
> several constraint solvers. I compare the objective criterions - the
> spent time and memory on solving of several benchmarks as well as
> subjective criterions - the main focus is on easiness of learning of
> usage.
> Now I am in state, that Gecode looks interesting, it seems it offers
> lots of possibilites how to describe a constraint problem but there is
> a bit lack of documentation. I found only a doxygen generated
> documentation but this is by my opinion best for "user who knows what
> and how but doesnt know the exact spelling of function names or their
> parameters" but mostly unuseful for new users who would need some
> introduction. There are also some example problems, but the fact that
> it is implementation of Example<> template, and the actual calls to
> solver (initialization, etc.) is hidden somewhere in the parent
> classes makes it more difficult for a newbie.
> So my question is simple: Is there some tutorial to Gecode, even if
> that would be for example only draft or something like that?
> Thanks for answer, Michal Tulacek
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Mikael Zayenz Lagerkvist, http://www.ict.kth.se/~zayenz/

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