Tim Triche, Jr.
tim.triche at gmail.com
Sat Jul 23 20:26:54 CEST 2011
What do you use when you write larger packages (eg. RcppArmadillo)?
I've always just used vim but that's because I'm stupendously lazy (also
because I have R set up to call vim when I use the fix() function, so it all
looks the same to me)
On Sat, Jul 23, 2011 at 10:55 AM, Dirk Eddelbuettel <edd at debian.org> wrote:
> On 23 July 2011 at 09:43, ian.fellows at stat.ucla.edu wrote:
> | > And lastly ... given that also know Java so well: what works well /
> | better with Rcpp for you?
> | Speed. wordcloud was a cute little weekend project, but for my
> | dissertation work, high performance is a primary concern, so I'm
> | it from the ground up using Rcpp (nothing public yet).
> Nice. Looking forward to hearing about it once complete.
> | It is much slower going for me to code in c++, partly due to my lack of
> | experience, and partly due to my inability to find an IDE with good code
> | completion / syntax error detection. My understanding is that (due to
> | extensive use of templates), this is something I'll just have to live
> | with. I'm open to suggestions though. I'm currently using Eclipse CDT.
> That is an open issue. Eclipse CDT is usually listed as one of the more
> feature complete IDEs. Emacs has some add-ons suh as cedet and ecb; there
> Qt Creator too but nothing perfect.
> Gauss once played himself in a zero-sum game and won $50.
> -- #11 at http://www.gaussfacts.com
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