[Rd] package: 'inline' to inline C or C++ code in R functions

From: Oleg Sklyar <osklyar_at_ebi.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 23 May 2007 16:52:40 +0100

Dear all,

following the earlier discussion, I've made a couple of changes to 'inline' (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/~osklyar/inline). As announced before the idea of the package is to enable inlining C or C++ code in R functions using only R sources. The changes include:

Thanks Duncan, Simon and Deepayan for useful comments!

Not tested on Windows, I would be thankful if somebody could do it.

Duncan Murdoch wrote:
> Another suggestion:
>
> You might want to allow a list of signatures and code chunks to be
> passed to the compiler, producing a list of functions to evaluate them,
> all compiled into one DLL.

Simon Urbanek wrote:
> I really like the idea! Except for the fact that it's forcing the use
> of C++ which adds unnecessary overhead :P I'd like a configurable
> extension [including .m] and the ability to prepend functions as code.

-- 
Dr Oleg Sklyar * EBI/EMBL, Cambridge CB10 1SD, England * +44-1223-494466

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