[Rd] SEXPs and slots
hadley at rice.edu
Mon Nov 15 17:46:42 CET 2010
> 2. Any good references/resources for developing R? Nearly all the
> documents I've found are for programming R as a user, not as a developer. I
> have copies of the documentation, which are very helpful, but it'd be
> helpful to have additional resources to fill in their gaps.
The best advice I've received is to use Rcpp:
It provides a consistent api for C <-> R conversions and so is much
easier to learn. Dirk and Romain are also churning out the
documentation, so there are lots of examples to learn from.
Assistant Professor / Dobelman Family Junior Chair
Department of Statistics / Rice University
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