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

Dirk Eddelbuettel edd at debian.org
Fri Oct 4 18:12:05 CEST 2013

On 4 October 2013 at 17:45, Renaud Gaujoux wrote:
| I posted the follow up email adding [SOLVED] to the subject, but I thought it
| would appear in the same thread. Here it is:
| http://lists.r-forge.r-project.org/pipermail/rcpp-devel/2013-October/
| 006555.html
| Indeed, one of the suggested solution out there was to add "typename" in the
| typdef statement, but I don't control that piece of code, which is in Rcpp
| itself. Maybe Dirk and Romain can look into the implications of that for the
| next release?

Could you possibly provide a diff output (or 'svn diff' output) to make it
more clear exactly what changes where you are talking about?  
| I eventually managed to get RcppOctave working on Windows!!! The library issue
| got solved by using proper gcc linking flags, making the libraries nicely
| dynamically loaded.

Very awesome.

| I want to start another thread on the Rcp and RcppOctave list, to ask willing
| windows users to actually test the binary package I built on R-3.0.2.


| I see strange things happening when building/checking the package in the crappy
| cmd.exe terminal on my VirtualBox Windows7 (which makes me even happier to run
| Ubuntu ;) ), so I'd rather ask plain R/Windows users a hand.

I have / once had WinXP inside a kvm virtualization, which was even less of a
resource hog, but it looks like I busted that one -- last time I tried R and
compilations it didn't quite.  Need a new machine with more ram...


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