[Rcpp-devel] Defining template specialisation for wrap on Windows 64bit (Compilation error: 'result_type' does not name a type)

Renaud Gaujoux renaud at mancala.cbio.uct.ac.za
Tue Oct 1 17:51:03 CEST 2013

> Yay! Three cheers!

Indeed wouldn't it be nice to get it working on windows uh? I had a
number of queries for this recently...

> I'd simplify first. Try smaller example on Windows not involving Octave
> headers.

Yes, sorry I did not mentioned this. This is definitely linked with
Octave. I did try defining a wrap specialisation without Octave and it
worked fine, so no issues on your side :)

So the question would rather be: has anybody experienced such error
when defining specialisation to third-party classes, for which one
does not control includes, defines, etc...?

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