Re: [Rd] R as shared library

From: A.J. Rossini <rossini_at_blindglobe.net>
Date: Thu 26 Aug 2004 - 08:40:20 EST

Jeffrey Horner <jeff.horner@vanderbilt.edu> writes:

> Good point. However, I chose this route to 1) understand R and its
> internals, which is more complicated than I thought, 2) write an
> apache module, which I've always wanted to do, and 3) leverage
> Apache's robust server technology. In my opinion, no other server
> software is as scalable and reliable as Apache. Plus, it has a module
> API to plugin other code, like an R interpreter.

All good reasons. But what is the final API going to look like? Are you planning on SSI's for the general interface?

best,
-tony

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