[Rd] Linking C/C++ GUI to R.dll
Chad.P.Jenness at wellsfargo.com
Wed Dec 14 19:27:06 CET 2005
Is there any way that we can get it to the C level API? Or is there a C
level API function that will give us access to more of the R
functionality? Also, is there a series of examples on how to use the C
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From: Prof Brian Ripley [mailto:ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk]
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To: Jenness, Chad P.
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Subject: Re: [Rd] Linking C/C++ GUI to R.dll
On Wed, 14 Dec 2005 Chad.P.Jenness at wellsfargo.com wrote:
> I am in the process of linking a C/C++ application to the R.dll
> directly. I have obtained the R source code and compiled it
> successfully. I have also successfully linked the R.dll directly into
> our application and have made calls successfully into the R.dll that
> are included in the sample rtest.c and in the "Writing R Extensions -
> The R API".
> The R functionality that we are interested in embedding into our
> application is the data analysis and graphics. However, I did not see
> any references to this in the R API section of the documentation. Is
> this functionality available from our C/C++ application via the R.dll?
> If so, how do we access this functionality?
By reading the section on 'linking GUIs and other front-ends'. It is
in the C-level API.
Brian D. Ripley, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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