From: Ingmar Visser (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu 13 May 2004 - 20:12:23 EST
Dear Prof Ripley,
Thanks for your answer.
On 5/12/04 2:52 PM, "Prof Brian Ripley" <email@example.com> wrote:
> These normally occur (at that point) from having written off one end of an
> array. (If you are using .C/.Fortran, they try to copy back the
> arguments.) Compiling with bounds checking turned on can help, at least
> with Fortran.
Can I invoke compile options if/when I use R cmd install etc. to install
The situation is this: I pass arguments from R to C, then most of these are
passed on to a Fortran routine, and then the same way back.
I suppose that at the end of the C-routine the arguments are copied back to
R. Where/who or what decides what the length of a vector is that is passed
back to R?
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