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RE: NMQual 7.0.1 installs NONMEM 7.

From: Narayanan, Naren <anarayan>
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2009 12:02:49 -0700

Hi Tim,
A couple of quick questions for you... When the script executes the followi=
ng instruction,
<instruction id='compile'>.\install.exe 2 gfort=
ran "-c -O3 -ffast-math -xf95 -Iresource" "mod=-Jresource" Win "unzip.exe=
 -a" o y x</instruction>

I get the following message:
gfortran: mod=-Jresource: No such file or directory

1)Is the above message an error or acceptable?
2) Prior to starting the installation, I installed the unzip.exe separately=
. Can Winzip based unzip be used instead of the unzip.exe?

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-nmusers
 Behalf Of Tim Bergsma
Sent: Friday, October 02, 2009 1:03 PM
To: nmusers
Subject: [NMusers] NMQual 7.0.1 installs NONMEM 7.

Metrum Institute announces the availability of NMQual version 7.0.1.
NMQual 7 supports NONMEM 7 and is back-compatible with NONMEM 6. It
has been tested with Intel Fortran and g95 compilers on both Macintosh
and Windows operating systems.

The configuration template (config.template.xml) installs NONMEM 7 on
a Windows computer using Intel Fortran; suggestions are given there
for many other configurations. Tested alternative configuration files
are avialable at

You may need to add the package Archive::Zip to your perl
installation; the procedure is as for XML::XPath, described at You
may need to replace "from='../nonmem.lic'" in the configuration file
with a full path to your current license.

NMQual is a system for creating NONMEM installations; it features
scripted bug fixes and self-documenting output.


Tim Bergsma, PhD
Senior Scientist
Metrum Research Group, LLC

Received on Tue Oct 27 2009 - 15:02:49 EDT

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