--with-perl-lib=<dir>configuration flags. The values should give the name of the directory which is passed as the value of the PREFIX argument and LIB argument respectively to
perl Makefile.PL PREFIX= LIB=. If you want to use the standard Perl location, then use
--with-perl-prefix=, i.e. with no value specified for the directory and omit the --with-perl-lib. If you want specify the directory and use that one exactly as the value in PERL5LIB, then use --with-perl-lib. The default is still to install the Perl files into
make -f Makefile.perl installhaving obtained the appropriate permissions, e.g., via sudo or logging in as root or whatever.
convert = FALSEin an R function call, the class of the resulting Perl reference is computed correctly.
<r package install dir>share/lib/perl5/site_perl/.
R CMD INSTALLcommand, by default, support for Perl modules with C code are not compiled into the R interface. This is typically not a problem as people usually just call R from Perl. If you need bi-directional interaction, e.g. with callbacks, that require
R::plot(), etc. rather than
R CMD INSTALLcommand with the arguments --configure-args='-with-modules=no'.
my_perl. Pointed out by Steffen Neumann.
setConverterin Perl and
[operator now returns a single value when just one index is used in specifying the subset. This contrasts with returning a list with a single element.
$fun = RNamedFunctionReference->new("foo"); $f->(arg1, arg2,...);