[Bioc-devel] package passes R CMD BUILD on Linux (Ubuntu) but not Windows Server 2008
Samuel E Zimmerman
sezimmer at einstein.yu.edu
Wed Jan 27 19:14:55 CET 2016
Great. Thank you for the quick reply and solution!
From: Dan Tenenbaum [dtenenba at fredhutch.org]
Sent: Wednesday, January 27, 2016 11:43 AM
To: Samuel E Zimmerman
Subject: Re: [Bioc-devel] package passes R CMD BUILD on Linux (Ubuntu) but not Windows Server 2008
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Samuel E Zimmerman" <sezimmer at einstein.yu.edu>
> To: "bioc-devel" <bioc-devel at r-project.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, January 27, 2016 8:35:24 AM
> Subject: [Bioc-devel] package passes R CMD BUILD on Linux (Ubuntu) but not Windows Server 2008
> Hi Everyone,
> When I uploaded my package to Bioconductor it passed all tests for the Linux OS,
> but failed on the Windows Server. The error is below.
> Warning: running command '"c:\MikTex2.9\miktex\bin\texify.exe" --quiet --pdf
> "pathVar.tex" --max-iterations=20 -I
> "E:/biocbld/bbs-3.3-bioc/R/share/texmf/tex/latex" -I
> "E:/biocbld/bbs-3.3-bioc/R/share/texmf/bibtex/bst"' had status 1
> Error in find_vignette_product(name, by = "texi2pdf", engine = engine) :
> Failed to locate the 'texi2pdf' output file (by engine 'utils::Sweave') for
> vignette with name 'pathVar'. The following files exist in directory '.':
> 'outline_fig_2.pdf', 'pathVar-2SamDisc_1.pdf', 'pathVar-dens_1.pdf',
> 'pathVar-diagnostics.pdf', 'pathVar-hist_1.pdf', 'pathVar.Rnw', 'pathVar.tex'
> Calls: <Anonymous> -> find_vignette_product
> Execution halted
> Also, here is a link to the build report. Does anyone know why this is
> happening? When I build it locally on my mac, the vignette is made and building
> the package is completed without any errors.
This is a known issue that has been reported to R-devel. It is also very difficult to reproduce because it only happens once in a while. I just built your package successfully on moscato2, and in fact in the build report that is coming out later today it also built successfully.
So all you have to do is wait. ;)
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