To build and run the example, we refer the user to the files in
The <installdir>/examples/build directory contains
an example Makefile. Typing make mip1_c++ will build and
run this example.
If you want to create your own project or makefile to build a C++ program that calls Gurobi, the details will depend on your platform and development environment, but we'd like to point out a few common pitfalls:
- A C++ program that uses Gurobi must link in both the Gurobi C++ library libgurobi_c++.a and the Gurobi C library libgurobi91.so.
- The Gurobi Linux distribution includes multiple C++ libraries. You may need to choose an alternate version (e.g., libgurobi_g++5.2.a), depending on the version of g++ you are using. You should consult the supported platform list for additional information.
The C++ example directory
<installdir>/examples/c++ contains a
number of examples. We encourage you to browse and modify them in
order to become more familiar with the Gurobi C++ interface. We
also encourage you to read the
Gurobi Example Tour
for more information.