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2017 Aug 14
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workaround for "package building problem Centos 7 & R 3.4.1"
This is for the problem I posted about last Friday. First, the happy part, a workaround: $ cd ~/R/x86_64-redhat-linux-gnu-library/3.4 $ ln -sf /usr/share/R/library/* . After that, all of the packages are found by R CMD check. R CMD check looks in the ~/R/x86_64-redhat-linux-gnu-library/3.4 folder for packages, but not in
2010 Sep 01
0
testthat: version 0.3
# testthat Testing your code is normally painful and boring. `testthat` tries to make testing as fun as possible, so that you get a visceral satisfaction from writing tests. Testing should be fun, not a drag, so you do it all the time. To make that happen, `testthat`: * Provides functions that make it easy to describe what you expect a function to do, including catching errors, warnings and
2010 Sep 01
0
testthat: version 0.3
# testthat Testing your code is normally painful and boring. `testthat` tries to make testing as fun as possible, so that you get a visceral satisfaction from writing tests. Testing should be fun, not a drag, so you do it all the time. To make that happen, `testthat`: * Provides functions that make it easy to describe what you expect a function to do, including catching errors, warnings and
2016 Apr 19
1
installation of dplyr
Hello, I am getting a fresh CentOS 6.7 machine set up with all of the goodies for R 3.2.3, including dplyr package. I am unable to successfully install it. Below I show the failed installation using utils::install.packages() and then again using devtools::install_github(). Each yields an error similar to the other but not quite exactly the same - the error messages sail right over my head. I
2012 Jan 11
1
R CMD check pkg and 32/64 bit.
R gurus: I''m trying to get another round of rconifers out and I need some advice/help crushing differences in the examples test. I''m trying to make sure the max sdi values are being respected. I''ve added a tests/rconifers-Ex.Rout.save (from windows i386-pc-mingw32) and when I ran R CMD check (both R-2.13.0), I got the following results: * using log directory
2016 Apr 19
2
installation of dplyr
You normally see these errors when compiling on a vm that has very little memory. Hadley On Tue, Apr 19, 2016 at 2:47 PM, Ben Tupper <btupper at bigelow.org> wrote: > Hello, > > I am getting a fresh CentOS 6.7 machine set up with all of the goodies for R 3.2.3, including dplyr package. I am unable to successfully install it. Below I show the failed installation using
2016 Apr 12
0
Dispatch issue in package check?
Dear useRs, I am developing a package using RStudio and roxygen markup files. I have run into a problem while checking. The relevant function is a generic S3 statistical function modeled on t.test(), with methods. It returns an object of class "htest" etc. Here Is the (anonymized) relevant code: <...> #' @examples #' foo(c(5,4,6,5,7,9,8,11,12,10),
2013 Oct 10
1
installing package gstat
Hello, # I am able to install.packages("gstat") #but when I try to upload I get an error message library(gstat) #Error in loadNamespace(j <- i[[1L]], c(lib.loc, .libPaths()), versionCheck = vI[[j]]) : # there is no package called ‘intervals’ #In addition: Warning message: #package ‘gstat’ was built under R version 3.0.2 #Error: package or namespace load failed for ‘gstat’ what do
2016 Apr 08
1
Rcmdr will not load
Hi, I use Rcmdr for a lot of data analysis, but within the last month my computer had just shut down. It took a couple of days to get it up and running, but then R and Rstudio wouldn't load. I had to reinstall it but now whenever I try to access Rcmdr I get an error message. > library(Rcmdr) Loading required package: splines Loading required package: RcmdrMisc Loading required package: car
2017 Dec 08
1
lmerTest Issues
Hello all, Everything was working very well. Now when I try to load lmerTest using: library("lmerTest"), I get this error: Error: package or namespace load failed for ?lmerTest? in loadNamespace(j <- i[[1L]], c(lib.loc, .libPaths()), versionCheck = vI[[j]]): there is no package called ?purrr? Nothing I've done has worked. I have uninstalled both R and R studio. I've
2018 Apr 02
1
lintr error
library("lintr") Error: package or namespace load failed for 'lintr' in loadNamespace(j <- i[[1L]], c(lib.loc, .libPaths()), versionCheck = vI[[j]]): there is no package called 'magrittr' library("magrittr") Error in library("magrittr") : there is no package called 'magrittr' session.Info(): R version 3.4.4 (2018-03-15) Platform:
2018 Jan 18
1
error while loading ggplot2
Getting the following error while loading ggplot2. > library(ggplot2) Error: package or namespace load failed for ?ggplot2? in loadNamespace(i, c(lib.loc, .libPaths()), versionCheck = vI[[i]]): object 'vI' not found Tried different version of R and ggplot2 but still doesnt work. Any help to resolve is appreciated. Appreciate any pointers. -S [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2002 Jan 30
5
1.4.1 R CMD check broken?
I am not sure if this is already known. I checked BUGS and found some references to similar behavior when R_HOME is set? Here is what I get: (1) Fresh build of 1.4.1 under Linux/RH-7.2. All tests pass. > R CMD check ctest * checking for working latex ... OK * using log directory `/home/andyj/stat/R-1.4.1/library/ctest.Rcheck''
2011 Dec 20
1
Why is the 64bit Windows version of package RSVGTipsDevice not available on CRAN?
On CRAN, the package RSVGTipsDevice is only installed for 32bit Windows, and is not available as a 64bit package for Windows. The file linked to in the package check summary on CRAN says "NB: this package is only installed for sub-architecture ''i386'' ". What do I need to do to make it available as both 64bit and 32bit on CRAN? (I am the maintainer of the package). It
2017 Nov 01
1
beta binomial distribution installation
Hello, I tried to install package ?TailRank? using the command install.packages (RankTail) and library (TailRank) but I got the following errors. So, how can I install TaiRank in Rstudio to have se beta-binomial distribution, CDF and inverse CDG of beta-binomal? The commands I used are: > install.packages("TailRank") Installing package into
2018 Jan 18
1
error while loading ggplot2
Please post using plain text... the mailing list will strip HTML anyway and mess up what you send. Send the output of sessionInfo() so we know what versions of R and packages you have. -- Sent from my phone. Please excuse my brevity. On January 17, 2018 4:37:06 PM PST, shijin mathew via R-help <r-help at r-project.org> wrote: >Getting the following error while loading ggplot2. >
2018 Mar 28
1
can not install package "matie"
Dear R-experts, I can not install the package "matie". If somebody can tell me where the problem is. > install.packages("matie") Installing package into ?/Users/Caro/Library/R/3.3/library? (as ?lib? is unspecified) essai de l'URL 'https://cran.rstudio.com/bin/macosx/mavericks/contrib/3.3/matie_1.2.tgz'
2013 Mar 11
1
"undefined symbol" when `R CMD check'.
Hi! All. I want to make R package with "http://code.google.com/p/uchardet/" library. But I encountered error. Executable file with -lchardet works well but shared library didn''t work with dyn.load() with Rcpp. Can any one give some tips? * installing *source* package ‘Ruchardet’ .. ** libs g++ -I/usr/share/R/include -DNDEBUG
2017 Nov 01
2
beta binomial distribution installation
Hello, Thank you for your response. I need to install RankTail package since it contains the beta binomial distribution, CDF and inverse CDF in the usual form which I need to use. However rmutil package contain unusual forms for these functions. So it is easier for me to deal with the forms are contained in RankTail. I tried to install bioconductor package, using the following commands but I
2012 Apr 30
0
R CMD check . segfault on re-building vignettes
(Warning: There is some potential that this message is redundant.) I think that i have spotted an issue with R CMD check that does not trace back to a rare case, so it must have been reported already or i am doing something stupid. However, to be sure and because I did not find any comments on this while searching the R mailing lists, here is what i did: R CMD check . from within a package