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2007 Oct 24
How do you specify a rubygem is being required?
Hi I''m loading a gem on demand but can''t find a way to spec it. Assuming rubygems is already loaded, I assumed the following would work: describe SqliteConnection, " class" do it "should require ''sqlite3''" do Kernel.should_receive(:require).with("sqlite3") end end Unfortunately it seems that rubygems does something funky to "require" because it wor...
2011 Mar 13
Problems getting html files out of R CMD check
...d: splitTableOnVariable.Rd:18: Dropping empty section \details prepare_Rd: splitTableOnVariable.Rd:24-26: Dropping empty section \note prepare_Rd: splitTableOnVariable.Rd:20-22: Dropping empty section \references prepare_Rd: splitTableOnVariable.Rd:30-32: Dropping empty section \seealso prepare_Rd: sqLiteConnect.Rd:34-36: Dropping empty section \note prepare_Rd: sqLiteConnect.Rd:28-30: Dropping empty section \references prepare_Rd: sqLiteConnect.Rd:40-42: Dropping empty section \seealso * checking Rd metadata ... OK * checking Rd cross-references ... OK * checking for missing documentation entries ... OK *...
2017 Jul 17
dbplyr error updating database
...tion 'dbSendQuery' for signature '"src_dbi", "character"' Stack trace (innermost first): 67: <Anonymous> 66: dbSendQuery 65: observeEventHandler [/home/mconklin/tmpdir/CodeKPVars/server.R#76] 1: runApp Auto-disconnecting SQLiteConnection Auto-disconnecting SQLiteConnection The specific chunk of server code being run is: kpnew<-src_sqlite("/var/sqlite/KPProfile2") stmnt<-paste0("update kpquestions set mrisupercat = '",input$supercat,"' , set mricategory = '"...
2010 Mar 22
SQL-select using native R methods ?
Hi I have a problem in R that I have been trying to solve but without success. I am trying to join two tables on two variables : an ID and a date (optional) that will be common between the two tables In SQL (and SAS PROC SQL) I am a frequent user of the "select" command and I am used to the following nomenclature : select a.*, b.c, b.y, b.z from table1 a, table2 b where