[Rcpp-devel] [ANN] RInside 0.2.9

Darren Cook darren at dcook.org
Wed Nov 7 02:16:21 CET 2012

> nice to see how RInside gets even better. I saw the example of the
> "R.parseEvalQNT(cmd)". I have a question. Is it supposed to work if
> the cmd command it's correct but throws an exception (for example the
> routine crashes because has some NA data)?.
> If you have code that can throw you cannot use the no-throw variant
> as you would end up with undefined behaviour.

Hello Dirk,
Where would you choose to use parseEvalQNT() instead of parseEvalQ()?

(I.e. even if you were 100% sure your code would never throw, does
parseEvalQ() have a downside?)


Darren Cook
Director, QQ Trend

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