[jar@oriole.er.usgs.gov: Re: [R] loading fortran with Redhat 5.1]

Martin Maechler Martin Maechler <maechler@stat.math.ethz.ch>
Wed, 18 Nov 1998 19:28:49 +0100

I can not answer this (message only to me).
Certainly, some of you do..
  Date: Wed, 18 Nov 1998 13:22:47 -0500 (EST)
  From: "J. Andy Royle" <jar@oriole.er.usgs.gov>
  To: Martin Maechler <maechler@stat.math.ethz.ch>
  Subject: Re: [R] loading fortran with Redhat 5.1
  In-Reply-To: <199811181812.TAA26068@sophie.ethz.ch>

  Hi Martin,

  The reason I was confused by this is because I used dyn.load
  on varna.o from a Sun Ultra 10 (again compiled by g77 -c varna.f...
  not gcc as I stated before....a typo).  Observe to following
  from my Ultra 10:

  /space/jar/ked-> g77 -c varna.f
  /space/jar/ked-> R

  R : Copyright 1998, The R Development Core Team
  Version 0.62.4  (October 24, 1998)
  other startup info deleted
  [Previously saved workspace restored]

  > dyn.load("varna.o")

  Thus, I figured I could do that in Linux.  Can you comment?

  On Wed, 18 Nov 1998, Martin Maechler wrote:

  > >>>>> "J" == J Andy Royle <jar@oriole.er.usgs.gov> writes:
  >     J> Hello Martin, Thanks for your help.  This worked fine.. I didn't
  >     J> know about the demo.  I seem to recall that I was doing it the Splus
  >     J> way when I ran R on my Ultra 10.  Is this a new way of loading
  >     J> fortran code into R?
  > No!
  > The "R SHLIB" abbreviation is somewhat new,  but you always had to 
  > 	dyn.load(...shared.library...)

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