GLPK/Language Bindings

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To use the GLPK library with languages other than C and C++, it is necessary to create code which can interface between the client and library languages. This code is known as a language binding.

Caution: GLPK is undergoing an overhaul of its application programming interface, with many APIs being deprecated. In parallel, several new APIs have been added. Users should therefore exercise considerable caution when evaluating or using language bindings that are not under active maintenance.

Specific languages[edit]

The following language bindings have dedicated pages:

  • Ada language bindings
  • C# language bindings
  • Fortran language bindings
  • GAMS language bindings
  • Java language bindings
  • JavaScript language bindings
  • Matlab (and Octave) language bindings.
  • OCaml language bindings
  • Octave language bindings
  • OptimJ language bindings
  • Python language bindings
  • R language bindings
  • Ruby language bindings

The following language bindings do not yet have dedicated pages (please make them if you think it appropriate):

  • Common lisp language bindings — last active 2007, read this revealing posting
  • Erlang language bindings — last active GLPK 4.38 (02 May 2009)
  • Perl language bindings — last active 2007