Gecode Reference Documentation
This document provides reference information about Gecode. The documentation is structured into three major groups: getting started, common programming tasks, and available functionality.
This document corresponds to Gecode version 5.1.0, please consult the changelog for recent changes.
For your fist steps with Gecode, including detailed instructions on installing the library and compiling against it, please refer to the document Modeling and Programming with Gecode.
You may also want to have a look at our Notational conventions as well as our Example scripts (models).
Documentation is available for the following tasks:
- Programming models
- Programming search engines
- Programming propagators and branchers
- Programming variables
The most important functionality is:
The complete functionality can be found here.
The part Other available functionality documents existing propagators, variable implementations, and so on which serves as documentation of examples.
List and index content
Additionally, the documentation also features the following parts:
The following lists and indices are available