[Rcpp-devel] [Rd] Setting up a windows system for rcpp
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Sat May 5 18:14:24 CEST 2012
Am 05.05.2012 14:49, schrieb Dirk Eddelbuettel:
> On 5 May 2012 at 12:35, Owe Jessen wrote:
> | Am 04.05.2012 00:38, schrieb Dirk Eddelbuettel:
> | On 4 May 2012 at 00:07, Owe Jessen wrote:
> | | I am running into a wall getting my system to work with rcpp and inline.
> | | Following Dirk's advice on stackoverflow, I hope someone is able to help
> | | me.
> | There is a dedicated mailing list for Rcpp: rcpp-devel.
> | Please let us try to continue the discussion over there. Subscription is
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> | In general, you need Rtools correctly set up. If and when you compile a basic
> | R package (also containing C or C++ files) from sources, you should be fine.
> | A decent 60+ page tutorial is available at:
> | http://howtomakeanrpackage.pbworks.com/f/How_To_Make_An_R_Package-v1.14-01-11-10.pdf
> | Once you have that sorted out, working with Rcpp and inline should "just
> | work" as it does on other operating systems.
> | Thanks for the link. I sorted out a number of mistakes in the path, and work in
> | the tutorial. The system setup as described in the tutorial works (tests on
> | rcmd --help, gcc --help and so on).
> | The first example (building testRMat) works fine, but I get the following
> | mistake running rcmd SHLIB ...
> It's "R CMD SHLIB ..." and the spelling matters.
> The rest of the email is missing. Can you insert it, please?
Thanks again for the help. I am now able to build the examples from the
tutorial, after recognising the typo. I will install a clean system
environment before going on.
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