Re: [eigen] non-linear optimization test summary

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Attached find the tests.

NonLinearOptimization.cpp is the updated tester, which outputs the results in the same format as the FORTRAN version, if CompareOutput is defined. Replace the original
with this file.

The .f files are the Fortran sources. Compile.bsh is a small bash script which can be used to compile the fortran code.

The .txt files contain the sample output on my machine using gcc-4.6. Running a diff on these files is an easy way to locate differences.

The variable IPROB is simply an internal integer, which I used for debugging. It can safely be ignored.

In case you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me.


On 20/03/12 09:43, Gael Guennebaud wrote:

I think the main raison is that we wanted to understand what was the
raison for these slight variations.... but I agree that they are small
enough so that there is nothing to worry about.

If anybody is interested in the results, I can post them along with the
modified code that produced them.

yes please, that's interesting to us.



2010/6/15 Benoit Jacob<jacob.benoit.1@xxxxxxxxx>:

Oh wait I know why it must now be looking "better" on the dashboard: I
un-split the NonLinear test, so instead of 4 separate test failures,
you now see 1.

I unsplit it because it was split in such a way that all the channels
were compiling the same code (partly because the subtests weren't
templated, hence were always compiled !!) making this most very test
be compiled 16 times.


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