[R] Using Internals via their compiled sources

From: rnoob <tjkorr_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2008 22:41:12 -0700 (PDT)

I wish to use the compiled version of a particular function( mean(x) to be exact ) and I can't use the source files as I am told by my boss I am to assume that users will not have the source files available to them. So this is my question: how do I find out which lib which particular source file is placed into? I have tried
R.dll,Rblas.dll,Rlapack.dll,stats.dll,methods.dll,Rzlib.dll and a host of others. I tried using "rcmd shlib myfile.c <filename>.dll" but I still get file not found errors.

If it helps mean(x) is found in names.c which leads to do_summary which leads to summary.c and all of these require various .h files.


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