©2008-2015 Luiz Bettoni <email@example.com>
GUSEK provide an open source LP/MILP IDE for Win32, packing a custom version of the SciTE editor linked to the GLPK standalone solver.
Please note that the GUSEK is in beta version. It may be unstable, use at your own risk. Advices and questions can be reported to the author.
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty See the GNU General Public License for more details.
The GUSEK Project content is hosted at sourceforge.net/projects/gusek. The source can be reached by SVN: https://gusek.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/gusek/trunk.
To install GUSEK:
Notes: GUSEK can be added to Windows Explorer contextual menu and associated to GMPL model extensions. See Tools > Windows Integration for options. Warnings: some Windows editions may require GUSEK running with Administrator rights to do the integration. If you move the GUSEK folder you need select this options again to register the new path.
GUSEK can open multiple files simultaneously, using file extensions to identify them:
Specific resources for GLPK models development are in the Tools menu. All others resources are from standard SciTE editor. The most useful commands can be called from keyword shortcuts, toolbar buttons and tab contextual menus. They are:
The models are developed using the default GLPK model language, the GMPL (GNU MathProg Language). Some examples from the original GLPK package are in the GUSEK "examples" folder. The model can be developed in two ways:
Model and data are in a single file with .mod extension. Good for didatic models or single data sets problems.
Before run see if Tools > Use External .dat is unchecked (default).
Model is in a .mod file, but data are in a distinct .dat file. Useful for complex models and dinamic data set problems.
To run it you need check the Tools > Use External .dat menu item. In this way the model and data file need to have the same name with their respective extensions (like prob1.mod and prob1.dat). You can compile, build or go from an opened model or data file.
To make easy handling multiple data files with different names you can use the "default data file" resource. It set one data file to all runs, until you unset it or define another default data file. In this way you can compile, build or go only from an opened model file. To use it:
- To go back to "same name" model and data file you need to uncheck and check the menu item Tools > Use External .dat;
- You can set multiple extra data files: activate each data file to be used and select Tools > Add as Extra .dat File. You cannot repeat data in data files. To disable extra dat files use Tools > Clear Extra .dat Files;
- To help, if you are testing parameters or using multiple data files: you can toggle the status bar (clicking on it) to "edit status" mode or "GLPK parameters" mode.
- To advanced users: the "default data" and "extra data" filenames parameters can be edited in View > Parameters, fields 2 and 3, respectively.
Gusek also support develop of MPS and Cplex LP Models. You can edit, check, run and convert between these formats using the Tools menu items.
Default MPS format is "Fixed MPS". You can check Tools > Work with Free MPS to to run your "Free MPS" models. This item also defines the type of MPS files builded from GMPL and Cplex LP.
GLPK - the GNU LP / MILP solver Kit ©2000 Andrew Makhorin
GLPK for Windows - GLPK command prompt executables for Windows
GLPK Wikibook - Unofficial wide documentation about GLPK and related projects
MinGW - a minimalist GNU port for Windows
PyMathProg - GLPK modelling in Python
Sc1 - a single file executable from SciTE (SCIntilla based Text Editor) ©1998 Neil Hodgson
SciTE Ru-Board Edition - patchs and enhancements to SciTE code
GUSEK 0.2.20 (08/04/2016)
GLPK updated to 4.60.
GUSEK 0.2.19 (11/11/2015)
GLPK updated to 4.57.
GUSEK 0.2.18 (26/08/2014)
GLPK updated to 4.55.
GUSEK 0.2.17 (01/04/2014)
GLPK updated to 4.54.
GUSEK 0.2.16 (14/02/2014)
GLPK updated to 4.53.
GUSEK 0.2.15 (19/07/2013)
GLPK updated to 4.52.
GUSEK 0.2.14 (09/07/2013)
GLPK updated to 4.51.
GUSEK 0.2.13 (16/08/2012)
GLPK updated to 4.47.
GUSEK 0.2.12 (15/03/2011)
GLPK updated to 4.45.
GUSEK 0.2.11 (07/06/2010)
GLPK updated to 4.44.
GUSEK 0.2.10 (22/02/2010)
Added support to GLPK LP/MIP format. Some tools itens modified (names, order and shortcuts). GLPK updated to 4.43.
GUSEK 0.2.9 (14/01/2010)
GLPK updated to 4.42.
GUSEK 0.2.8 (30/12/2009)
GLPK updated to 4.41. Added Java files support (as in native SciTE). Added gnuplot files support (testing - thanks to Noli Sicad).
GUSEK 0.2.7 (26/11/2009)
GLPK updated to 4.40 - now GUSEK uses GLPK for Windows pre-build GLPK binaries (thanks to Xypron). Added tips folder (gusek_tips), introducing useful samples to gusek users. Added python files support (as in native SciTE) for PyMathProg modelling (testing).
GUSEK 0.2.6 (27/07/2009)
GLPK updated to 4.39. Minor fix in windows integration.
GUSEK 0.2.5 (05/05/2009)
GLPK updated to 4.38.
GUSEK 0.2.4 (03/04/2009)
Bug correction: now "Stop Execution" really finish glpsol.exe process. GLPK updated to 4.37.
GUSEK 0.2.3 (06/02/2009)
GLPK updated to 4.36.
GUSEK 0.2.2 (23/01/2009)
Added sensitivity bounds menu option (thanks to Wendel de Melo for suggestion). GLPK updated to 4.35.
GUSEK 0.2.1 (10/12/2008)
Improved output panel refresh time (thanks to Andrew Makhorin for GLPK patch). Improved support to MPS / Cplex LP files. Minor fixes and improvements. GLPK Reference Manual included for MPS and Cplex LP helps
GUSEK 0.2.0 (06/12/2008)
First public release. Using GLPK 4.34.
Last changed in 11/11/2015 by Luiz Bettoni
Project Web Hosted by