[Bioc-devel] ClassifyR Check Error on Linux and MacOS Systems

Dario Strbenac d@tr7320 @ending from uni@@ydney@edu@@u
Mon Dec 17 09:00:02 CET 2018

Good day,

Thanks for running it. I found the error you had happens because of an example which used random sampling and rarely returned a zero-length result. I have made the example deterministic so that it always succeeds.

The error you saw is not related to the problem seen on the build servers, though. I found a browser() inside an R function which I forgot to remove before committing. After removal and committal, the error on malbec1 and merida1 is gone. It is surprising that it did not trigger an error when checking the package before committing it and that the error message observed on the build servers was not clear about what the problem was.

Dario Strbenac
University of Sydney
Camperdown NSW 2050

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