R Development Page

Contributed R Packages

Below is a list of all packages provided by project rdyncall.

Important note for package binaries: R-Forge provides these binaries only for the most recent version of R, but not for older versions. In order to successfully install the packages provided on R-Forge, you have to switch to the most recent version of R or, alternatively, install from the package sources (.tar.gz).



Improved Foreign Function Interface (FFI) and Dynamic Bindings to C Libraries (e.g. OpenGL)

  The package provides a cross-platform framework for dynamic binding of C libraries using a flexible Foreign Function Interface (FFI). The FFI supports almost all fundamental C types, multiple calling conventions, symbolic access to foreign C struct/union data types and wrapping of R functions as C callback function pointers. Dynamic bindings to shared C libraries are data-driven by cross-platform binding specification using a compact plain text format ; an initial repository of bindings to a couple of common C libraries (OpenGL, SDL, Expat, glew, CUDA, OpenCL, ODE, R) comes with the package. The package includes a variety of technology demos and OS-specific notes for installation of shared libraries.
  Version: 0.8.0 | Last change: 2015-06-04 16:15:00+02 | Rev.: 2
  Download: linux(.tar.gz) | windows(.zip) | Build status: Current
  R install command: install.packages("rdyncall", repos="")
Package build: Source package (Linux x86_64) Windows binary (x86_64/i386)
Package check: Linux x86_64 (patched) | Linux x86_64 (devel) Windows (patched) | Windows (devel)


Build status codes

0 - Current: the package is available for download. The corresponding package passed checks on the Linux and Windows platform without ERRORs.
1 - Scheduled for build: the package has been recognized by the build system and provided in the staging area.
2 - Building: the package has been sent to the build machines. It will be built and checked using the latest patched version of R. Note that it is included in a batch of several packages. Thus, this process will take some time to finish.
3 - Failed to build: the package failed to build or did not pass the checks on the Linux and/or Windows platform. It is not made available since it does not meet the policies.
4 - Conflicts: two or more packages of the same name exist. None of them will be built. Maintainers are asked to negotiate further actions.
5 - Offline: the package is not available. The build system may be offline or the package maintainer did not trigger a rebuild (done e.g., via committing to the package repository).

If your package is not shown on this page or not building, then check the build system status report.

Thanks to:
Vienna University of Economics and Business Powered By FusionForge