libraries; Fortran / -lf2c / Slackware woes

Paul Gilbert
Wed, 20 May 1998 14:24:17 -0400

>If all else fails,
>one can always specify /usr/lib/ directly. Provided that the
>file is actually there, of course...

In fact, one cannot. At least I couldn't get it to work, and I tried many
variations on this. The problem seems to be that this provides the information
for the purposes of generating the .so file, but it gets lost somewhere when you
try to dyn.load the .so into R.


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