-Libkrigging uses standard C/C++ code, standard libraries and it can
-be compiled in different platforms using CMake.
+Bayesopt uses standard C/C++ code, standard libraries (see dependencies) and it can be compiled in different platforms using CMake.
Using ccmake instead of cmake you will access a interface to select features
You just need to download UseDoxygen.cmake
->> darcs get http://tobias.rautenkranz.ch/cmake/doxygen
->> cmake . && make install
+$ darcs get http://tobias.rautenkranz.ch/cmake/doxygen
+$ cmake . && make install
Then, in the directy where bayesian-optimization is, use:
The documentation will appear on the doc subdirectory.
which includes some parallel processing functions that are not yet
supported in bayesian-optimization.
-This code has only been tested using gcc and libgfortran. Due to some
-limitations of the F77 compiler, it doesn't work in 64bit OS.
+This code has been tested using gcc and libgfortran and the equivalent version of MinGW. Due to some limitations of the callbacks in Fortran 77, it doesn't work in 64bit OS.
===== b) Using NLOPT (default): =====
folder (by default: /usr/local/lib)
- I have found that in some versions of Linux, NLOPT callback procedure
-fails when using the Python interface of bayesian-optimization.
+fails when using the Python interface of bayesian-optimization.