Because the NLP Solver is already an extension project within LibreOffice,
there was a new nlpsolver.oxt file produced after I made the simple changes.
I would post the oxt as an attachment, but I could not get the new one to
install because I couldn't get the 'built-in' version uninstalled. Seems it
is nailed in there pretty well and can't be swapped out without other [C++,
rsc] patches that definitely won't be delivered before the next release
So... setting the NLP Solver's Objective cell (so it has a goal to work on)
is available in daily builds of the development master. It should also work
well if you patch your own LibreOffice build, but that takes a 'little' bit
of space and time to set up (15 to 25GB and loooong first build).
Echoing the links above...
Daily Build >> http://dev-builds.libreoffice.org/daily/master/ should
Noting -- If you don't want to disrupt your tuned up copy of LO,
you should install in parallel.
Instructions linked from here by OS. --
If you do test the NLP solver please note your success or failure here or on
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