I am using a linux-version GAMS in a linux system. It does give me a .lst file after compilation, but it cannot be viewed as in GAMS IDE, like shown in the following. .lst file in a GAMS IDE is with very fancy labels and can be easily viewed.
I have tried to put the generated .lst file into a Windows-based GAMS IDE but it was not shown in the above way as well. It would be very difficult to trace a specific iteration running when the program is a big one, like running two or three optimization problem, each of which has 10,000+ variables and constraints, in each iteration.
Anyone get an idea for this? Thanks!
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