[R-SIG-Mac] New intel based laptops

Jan de Leeuw deleeuw at stat.ucla.edu
Thu Jan 19 19:53:52 CET 2006

Actually, see http://research.att.com/~urbanek/R/exp/

On Jan 19, 2006, at 09:58 , Sean Davis wrote:

> On 1/19/06 12:33 PM, "Jan de Leeuw" <deleeuw at cuddyvalley.org> wrote:
>> Both Simon and I have working versions of a native R -- Simon may
>> also have a fat binary. We use both gcc/gfortran and the beta
>> versions of the Intel compilers. Things are not smooth yet because
>> the Intel compilers are pretty beta and don't know about bundles,
>> while gfortran must be gobbled together from various bits and pieces.
> Just curious, but what will it take to get R on macintel stable?   
> What are
> the limiting factors and when will those limiting factors disappear,
> particularly since the new laptops are SUPPOSED to ship next  
> month?  Just
> curiosity....
> Sean
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