[Rcpp-devel] Consuming power of R outines through C++
cubranic at stat.ubc.ca
Tue Jun 18 17:14:07 CEST 2013
I read Umesh email as wanting to call R *from* C++. If that's the case,
he should probably look at RInside.
On 13-06-17 04:40 AM, Dirk Eddelbuettel wrote:
> Hi, Umesh,
> On 17 June 2013 at 10:59, Umesh Chitre wrote:
> | Guys,
> | I am pretty new to R, but quite interested in the analytics and hence reading lot of stuff around it for few weeks now. I am quite
> | fammiliar with C++ environment and would like to build some samples in C++ which could consume the power of R. I have
> | installed RCpp and R environment on windows. I would appreciate your response to following queries:
> | 1. Is RCpp enough for calling in R through C++?
> I am not sure I really understand your question.
> But in case you are unclear about what Rcpp needs to be used, please see the
> Rcpp-FAQ vignette included in the package, and available at the CRAN website
> and its mirror.
> | 2. There is also a package (I think it is RCOM) that is used with a COM server which apparently allows invoking R routines through C++. In that case, would RCpp still be required?
> The teo have nothing to do with each other.
> RCOM can be used only on Windows.
> Rcpp is generic and can be used whereever you can compile code for use with
> R. That includes Windows but is not limited to Windows.
> As for use of Rcpp along with Microsoft compilers, see the Rcpp-FAQ.
> | Thanks,
> | Umesh
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