Re: [Rd] Interrupting C++ code execution

From: <peterhepperger_at_arcor.de>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 15:25:08 +0200

Andrew,

> You may like to give CXXR a try
> (http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/projects/cxxr/). In CXXR the R interpreter is
> written in C++, and a user interrupt is handled by throwing a C++
> exception, so the stack is unwound in an orderly fashion, destructors
> are invoked, etc.
Thank you for this suggestion. CXXR is a very interesting project!

For my current project, however, I aim at distributing the program to other R users on pre-installed cluster nodes. Thus, I have no choice with respect to the underlying R interpreter.

Best regards,
Peter



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