Zig is an imperative, general-purpose, statically typed, compiled system programming language designed by Andrew Kelley. It’s intended to be a successor to the C programming language, with the goals of being even smaller and simpler to program in while also offering modern features, new optimizations and a variety of safety mechanisms while not as demanding of runtime safety as seen in other languages. Zig is available for free to download from https://ziglang.org/
Zig is to C what Rust is to C++, and I wondered if it could be used a drop-in replacement for gcc with R.
Add to .R/Makevars:
CFLAGS += -O3 -Wall -pipe -pedantic -std=gnu99 CXXFLAGS += -O3 -Wall -pipe -Wno-unused -pedantic CC = zig cc CXX = zig c++ CXXSTD = zig c++ CXX98 = zig c++ CXX11 = zig c++ CXX14 = zig c++ CXX17 = zig c++ CXX20 = zig c++ CXXCPP = zig c++ OBJC = zig cc OBJCXX = zig c++ SHLIB_CXXLD = zig c++ MAKE = make -j4