[Rd] Writing Extensions for R under Windows: is it better for GUIs to communicate with R via Rgui.exe, Rterm.exe or R.dll?
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Sat Jun 4 05:43:39 CEST 2022
Writing Extensions for R under Windows: is it better for GUIs to
communicate with R via Rgui.exe, Rterm.exe or R.dll?
In the construction of extensions (GUIs) for R, in the establishment of
communication, according to the options below:
1- Rgui.exe (via Windows API) vs. R.dll (embedded R)
2- Rterm.exe (via IPC) vs. R.dll (embedded R)
What are the advantages and disadvantages in each case?
I would like to take advantage of the email to thank Tomas Kalibera for
his efforts in solving the problems
of R 4.2.0 communication and the Tinn-R project. Once fixed the issues
in R that surfaced
due to using GraphApp (cross-platform GUI Library in C for Windows) it
was possible to fix the communication issues in Tinn-R
with Rterm.exe and Rgui.exe. Version 9.01.XX.XX with the corrections
will be released soon. At the moment we are in
extensive testing phase.
Thanks in advance,
Jose Claudio Faria
joseclaudio.faria at gmail.com
55(73)3680.5545 - UESC
55(73)99966.9100 - VIVO
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if you have good software, you have arms and legs,
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