[Rd] cross tools (was Re: wine and build difference between R.2.4.0 and R 2.4.1 windows binaries?)

Kurt Hornik Kurt.Hornik at wu-wien.ac.at
Sat Jan 13 10:18:39 CET 2007

>>>>> Simon Urbanek writes:

> On Jan 12, 2007, at 7:31 AM, Hin-Tak Leung wrote:

>> I do use Java, just not in relation to R - it has been a while  
>> since I played with SJava. Sun's JDK (32-bit) has been working  
>> consistently.
>> On FC5 x86_64 the default gcj-based JRE was a bit funny, but since  
>> upgraded to FC6, I found the gcj-based JRE on x86_64 can run  
>> haploview  (http://www.broad.mit.edu/mpg/haploview/) reasonably  
>> well. If you want 64-bit R working with a 64-bit JRE, the gcj-based  
>> jre seems to be the only route.

> For the record, rJava and JRI work fine with Sun's Java 1.6 on 64-bit  
> systems (fine being defined by the fact that JGR works :)).

Well, RWeka works too, so things are really fine :-)


> JGC-based  
> JRE is still quite buggy on both 32 and 64-bit machines as far as we  
> can tell, but for non-GUI task it seems to work. However, I don't  
> think this is what Brian has in mind ...

> Cheers,
> Simon

>> I have built something involving JNI recently
>> using the gcj-based jdk seems alright. (it did finish compilation
>> - it is a suite of applications [http://gridengine.sunsource.net/],
>> only a small part is JNI based and I don't know the specific
>> part well enough to judge for an mis-compilation or
>> broken functionality).
>> Hin-Tak
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