This is the terminal source distribution for bonsaiG, a mixed-integer linear programming code, last updated November 10, 2004. Probably the single biggest improvement is the elimination of all Fortran, thanks to Andrew Makhorin and the basis code from GLPK). BonsaiG is no longer under active development: I’m heavily involved with the COIN-OR project, which has its own MILP solver, cbc. Unless you have some compelling reason for using bonsaiG (e.g., interest in some of its less common algorithms), I strongly recommend you try cbc. (Source: http://plato.asu.edu)
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- Xu, Yan; Ralphs, Ted K.; Ladányi, László; Saltzman, Matthew J.: Computational experience with a software framework for parallel integer programming (2009)