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Not Always C++’s Fault

From the recent “Staged Install” article: Incidentally, there were just two distinct (very long) lists of methods in the warnings across all installed packages in my run, but repeated for many packages. It turned out that they were lists of exported methods from dplyr and rlang packages. These two […]

Why RcppDynProg is Written in C++

The (matter of opinion) claim: “When the use of C++ is very limited and easy to avoid, perhaps it is the best option to do that […]” (source discussed here) got me thinking: does our own RcppDynProg package actually use C++ in a significant way? Could/should I port it to […]

C++ is Often Used in R Packages

The recent r-project article “Use of C++ in Packages” stated as its own summary of recommendation: don’t use C++ to interface with R. A careful reading of the article exposes at least two possible meanings of this: Don’t use C++ to directly call R or directly manipulate R structures. A […]