[Rd] A question on R memory management in .Fortran() calls under Windows
sgiannerini at gmail.com
Mon Sep 12 15:03:47 CEST 2005
> I think it's far from the best optimizing compiler, but the Fortran that
> comes with MinGW (g77 currently in Windows) is the one used to build R,
> so it's the one that will is most likely to work with it without
> fiddling. But I don't use Fortran, so I don't know what else is available.
> Duncan Murdoch
Thanks a lot anyway,
in a comparative review I've come through recently
the Salford compiler seems to be one of the most protected against
errors but also one of the slowest. Intel compiler seems to be one of
the fastest but not the best on protection.
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