[R-SIG-Mac] Load Fortran dynamic shared library in
bcarvalh at jhsph.edu
Fri Feb 8 21:24:16 CET 2008
Apparently your friend doesn't have XCode installed...
But, yes, you can run Fortran on a Mac...
On Feb 8, 2008, at 3:07 PM, Ling-Jing Kao wrote:
> I am a windows user and consider switching to Mac.
> Before I buy a Mac machine, I want to be sure that I can create a
> Fortran shared object and load it into R in MacOS (Leopard).
> I tried it on a colleague's Mac Pro after installing R-2.6.1.dmg in
> the system.
> According to the information on CRAN, I think R-2.6.1.dmg should
> already contain Fortran compiler.
> Then I use the comment "R CMD SHLIB -o file file.f" to compile a
> fortan program "file.f".
> (I can compile this fortran code and load into R in Windows
> environment without any problem.)
> However, I get the following error message in Mac:
> carrie-pans-mac-pro:PGdlldloglike carriepan$ R CMD SHLIB -o dloglike
> /Library/Framework/R.framework/Resources/bin/SHLIB: line 161: make:
> command not found
> I don't really understand the meaning of this error message.
> I really appreciate if Mac users here can provide solution or even the
> procedure to create Fortran shared objective for R.
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