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Including the Sacado Speed Tests

CppAD includes speed comparisons for the AD package Sacado ; see speed_sacado .

If Sacado is installed on your system, you can specify a value for its install sacado_prefix on the cmake command line. The value of sacado_prefix must be such that, for one of the directories dir in cmake_install_includedirs ,
is a valid way to reference to the include file Sacado.hpp;

Speed Tests
If you include sacado_prefix on the cmake command line, you will be able to run the Sacado speed correctness tests by executing the following commands starting in the distribution directory :
     cd build/speed/sacado
     make check_speed_sacado
After executing make check_speed_sacado, you can run a specific Sacado speed test by executing the command ./speed_sacado; see speed_main for the meaning of the command line options to this program.

If you are using Unix, you can download and install a copy of Sacado using . The corresponding sacado_prefix would be build/prefix.
Input File: omh/install/sacado_prefix.omh