[R] RSPerl on OS X
Jan de Leeuw
deleeuw at stat.ucla.edu
Thu Jul 18 23:03:39 CEST 2002
On Thursday, Jul 18, 2002, at 13:59 US/Pacific, A.J. Rossini wrote:
>>>>>> "jan" == Jan de Leeuw <deleeuw at stat.ucla.edu> writes:
> jan> On OS X there is a difference between bundles loadable at
> jan> (foo.so) and dynamic libraries used at link time (foo.dylib).
> jan> are build with different linker flags. This creates the
> problem what
> jan> libR.dylib is, precisely, because obviously it is a module
> that must
> jan> be loaded into perl at runtime. Your perl does find
> libR.dylib, but
> jan> it cannot find the symbols it needs in there (it seems).
> Since this
> jan> will be a problem for all of the "bi-directional" OmegaHat
> packages, I
> jan> think
> jan> it must be resolved in a general way by the OmegaHat team.
> Jan -
> Does libR.so get built during fink's install, then?
libR.dylib gets build if the --enable-shlib flag is set (with the
CRAN build) -- the fink install does not build the dylib (I think)
> (I noticed a few problems with SJava along those lines, but havn't
> traced down all the problems yet... one of these years I'll have
> (on a side note to Jan -- what's the preferred approach for getting
> PVM working on OS-X? Or can one do it?)
PVM compiles and works out of the box on OS X -- use whatever
you do in Linux.
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