Re: [Rd] R routine standalone

From: Prof Brian Ripley <>
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2007 08:37:30 +0100 (BST)

You have not told us your OS nor version of R.

The file src/nmath/standalone/README in the R sources will either tell you how to do this or point you to the current documentation (depending on the R version).

At a guess (since you use 'project' and don't have the correct case on your file names) you are working with Visual Studio or similar under Windows. In that case you are on your own: the R developers only support the use of MinGW on Windows (but see README.packages for some hints which you should be able to adapt to link to Rmath.dll).

On Mon, 25 Jun 2007, Gatsu wrote:

> I'm writing a C program and I'd like to include in it
> some R routine (quantile functions, typically).
> I found the functions I have to use (qnorm.c qbeta.c
> ecc) e some include (nmath.h rmath.h ecc).
> But I can't compile the project, I receive linker
> error.
> Somebody can help me?
> I say, if I want to include qbeta (for example) in a
> project of mine, what should I do?
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