GLPK Lab is a set of software tools and libraries based on the GLPK package and intended for solving large-scale linear programming (LP), mixed integer programming (MIP), and other related problems.
GLPK Lab supports the GNU MathProg modeling language, which is a subset of the AMPL language.
Currently GLPK Lab includes the following main components:
GLPK Lab is free, public-domain software hosted on SourceForge. Please note that GLPK Lab is not a GNU package.
The GLPK Lab package is public domain software.
GLPK Lab is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Please note that to provide GLPK Lab functionality there are used some external free software packages. These external packages are not part of GLPK Lab, but are used with GLPK Lab and included in its binary distributions.
The most recent version of GLPK Lab for 32-bit Windows can be downloaded from the SourceForge download page.
The GLPK Lab for 32-bit Windows binary distribution is a MSI file suitable for one-touch installation. The MSI file name looks like glpklab_X.Y.Z_w32.msi (for example, glpklab_4.43.2_w32.msi), where X, Y, and Z are the major, minor, and revision version numbers, resp. The major X and minor Y version numbers are inherited from the GLPK package, which GLPK Lab is based on, while the revision version number Z reflects changes in GLPK Lab itself.
GLPK Lab is free, public-domain software. Its codebase is currently hosted on SourceForge. You can browse the GLPK Lab source code repository with your favorite web browser.
Installing GLPK Lab on your machine is quite easy: download the MSI file containing the GLPK Lab binary distribution (see Downloading) to your working folder, for example, to your Desktop folder, double-click the MSI file, and then follow the installer's instructions.
If you previously installed some version of GLPK Lab and have any problems on installing its newer version, try to uninstall GLPK Lab first. To do that open the Control Panel, double-click 'Add or Remove Programs', choose 'GLPK Lab', and push the 'Remove' button.
The main discussion list is email@example.com, and is used to discuss all aspects of GLPK Lab, including development and porting.
If you think you have found a bug in GLPK Lab, then please send as complete a report as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org.