# New project: RInside

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A few days ago, I started a new project called
RInside
by uploading a few files to a new SVN repo at
R-Forge.
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RInside makes it easy to embed R into your own C++ application by hiding the nitty gritty of initializing an R interpreter behind a simple abstraction. More information is at a (currently pretty simple) RInside page, and you may want to look at the related Rcpp and possibly littler projects. The former is helpful for data exchange, and the latter provided my first real use of R embedding which in some ways also lead to RInside.

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