[Bioc-devel] build error only occurs in window system
dtenenba at fredhutch.org
Thu Jul 7 21:15:15 CEST 2016
Don't bother. The issue is a long-standing one and very difficult to reproduce which is why it has not been fixed. It happens sporadically so the solution is to wait for the next day's build and it will clear itself up.
On July 7, 2016 11:05:22 AM PDT, "Ou, Jianhong" <Jianhong.Ou at umassmed.edu> wrote:
>You could try to install windows 10 in a virtualBox for debugging.
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>>I recently noticed that GUIDEseq page has a error build status at
>>the error only occurs in the window server.
>>Is this something related to the window server solvable by the core
>>or should I change something to make it work? I am preparing a
>>manuscript. It would not look good if the reviewers see a red error
>>status on the page.
>>Could you please help me? Many thanks!
>> running command
>>e" --quiet --pdf "GUIDEseq.tex" --max-iterations=20 -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
>>for vignette with name 'GUIDEseq'. The following files exist in
>>'.': 'GUIDEseq-concordance.tex', 'GUIDEseq.Rnw', 'GUIDEseq.tex',
>>Calls: <Anonymous> -> find_vignette_product
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