If you have doxygen installed on your computer, you can compile the
documentation directly using cmake.
-You just need to download UseDoxygen.cmake
-$ darcs get http://tobias.rautenkranz.ch/cmake/doxygen
-$ cmake . && make install
-Then, in the directy where bayesian-optimization is, use:
which includes some parallel processing functions that are not yet
supported in bayesian-optimization.
-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
+I have only tested this code using gfortran on Windows, Mac OS X
+and Linux, but it should work with other fortran compilers like f77 or
===== b) Using NLOPT (default): =====