please note that we currently do not have much time to actively work on SOSlib. However, the library works fine and fast, and we have many happy users as it is!
We recommed that you use the development version rather then version 1.6.0. It has lots of improvements, lots of bugs were removed and no new ones found. We just didn't have time to make a nice official release. You can get the latest version at our github page.
Support via the sourceforge mailing list is still available, but you can also contact us in private ... always happy to help.
After checking below which download package fits your requirements, please
use the download
page of the SOSlib's sourceforge project site to
download the latest version. Developers might be interested in the
development version from sourceforge CVS.
See the documentation for instructions on installation and usage. Instructions are also distributed with the file package.
Please download the source code package with the .tar.gz ending. We currently do not provide binaries. Compilation is easy via the common Gnu tools autconf/automake. See instructions here.
For Windows there are two possible downloads:
* release.zip which contains binary executables that use
SOSlib, including simulation, parameter scanning and sensitivity analyses.
Instructions for installation are here. We also provide short
instructions for usage of the Command-line in Windows. Also see the
links to external tutorials for the required command-line tools here.
Note that the binaries of release 1.6.0 are a few hours older than the corresponding sources and contain some minor bugs which are due to the relative freshness of our sensitivity analysis implementation but pose no serious problems if handled correctly: see here. We will release a fixed version ASAP!!
* SBML_odeSolver-x.x.tar.gz which contains the complete source for SOSlib and should be downloaded by developers wishing to build applications using SOSlib. If you develop your applications in Visual C++ environment, please follow the instructions for installation and compilation here. If you are using the MinGW environment, please follow the instructions for installation and compilation here. If this is all quite new to you but you want or have to learn it, we provide short instructions for usage of the Command-line in Windows. Also see the links to external tutorials for the required command-line tools here.
|1.6pre||Sep. 2005||Development snapshot of the Tokyo Release Series, that started after the Third SBML Hackathon in Tokyo, May 2005|
|1.5pre||Feb. 2005||Pre-release (never followed by an official release, see above), preparing for the new interface for use as a library, as discussed in preparation for the SBML Hackathon in Tokyo, May 2005|
|1.5pre Win||Feb. 2005||Big THANKS to Akira Funahashi, who has precompiled the odeSolver on Windows, under a MinGW (Minimalist GNU for Windows) environment. The ZIP file contains all files from the source distribution, plus all object files and executables (.exe). Please read Akira's detailed instructions, how to install odeSolver on Windows yourself.|
|1.0||Nov. 2004||Use "./configure --with-libcvode=PATH", instead of "... --with-cvode=PATH" as indicated in the INSTALL file. Thanks to Colin Gillespie for reporting.|