[Rcpp-devel] Building RcppBDT fails on Win 7 64-bit

Dino Veritas dinoveritas at gmail.com
Mon Dec 2 19:24:08 CET 2013


Thank you for prompt reply. I did try the -std=c++11 flag but it was
not valid for my g++ version. Of course I never bothered with
-std=c++0x which built the SVN version just fine!

With that said, I will follow your advice and stick with the CRAN
version for now; it built for me without any special flags.

I would be happy to contribute, but I confess I am not much of an
expert on Rcpp and Boost, I am just learning! But perhaps a good
exercise would be to examine what work you have done to expand the SVN
version and continue with that, we shall see. Anyway, thank you I am
all set now!


On Mon, Dec 2, 2013 at 1:05 PM, Dirk Eddelbuettel <edd at debian.org> wrote:
> Dino,
> Also, if you want another example of 'long long int': RcppCNPy needs to
> enable -std=c++11 to the 'long long int' beheaviour to support int64 as
> needed in the NumPy headers for ints.
> If -std=c++11 is not enable, RcppCNPy does not support integers, otherwise it
> does. You could building that locally and check the changed behaviour (and
> you get by without the Boost dependency; another thing to update for RcppBDT
> by switching to package BH).
> Regards, Dirk
> --
> Dirk Eddelbuettel | edd at debian.org | http://dirk.eddelbuettel.com

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