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Download and Install Adolc in Build Directory


If you are using Unix, this command will download and install ADOL-C in the CppAD build directory.

You must first use to download and install ColPack (coloring algorithms used for sparse matrix derivatives).

Distribution Directory
This command must be executed in the distribution directory .

External Directory
The Adolc source code is downloaded into the sub-directory build/external below the distribution directory.

Prefix Directory
The Adolc include files are installed in the sub-directory build/prefix/include/adolc below the distribution directory.

The files build/external/ADOL-C-version.tgz and the directory build/external/ADOL-C-version will be reused if they exist. Delete this file and directory to get a complete rebuild.
Input File: bin/