[R] Calling R from c in Windows XP
edd at debian.org
Sat Mar 27 18:11:12 CET 2010
On 27 March 2010 at 11:50, Khanh Nguyen wrote:
| What examples are you talking about. You only need to include
| <RInside.h>... More information is here
Khanh is quite correct: RInside is self-contained. It also doesn't get much
simpler than the examples we show.
| The other external thing you need is the Rcpp package, which you can
| do with install.packages('Rcpp')
It used to have a Suggests: on Rcpp but now has a Depends: on it. That said,
a few things:
- David probably chose to ignore the big bold signs that tell him to use
gcc (in the mingw implementation). Insisting on visual whatever buys
you nothing as R requires gcc and mingw. No ifs or buts. gcc/g++ it is.
- We made a lot of changes between RInside 0.2.1 (which worked on Windows)
and the current 0.2.2 for which the example build but then segfault. I
suspect some initialization of static variables issue or something like
it. I'd welcome debugging assistance from anyone with more interest in
Windows than Romain and I have.
- Again, a working example is provided by RInside 0.2.1, possibly coupled
with a matching Rcpp release as e.g. 0.7.1
- Other simpler examples are provided in the R sources under tests/Embedding
| On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 11:40 AM, dkStevens <david.stevens at usu.edu> wrote:
| > I've looked at this a bit and it seems ok, if not a little convoluted. We're
| > trying to stay away from com objects, so I was hoping for something more
| > direct. I've seen some examples (e.g. RInside) but can't get them to work
| > -too many include files, etc. that I can't find.
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