[Bioc-devel] Fwd: Rchemcpp problems reported in the Multiple platform build/check report for BioC 3.9
k|@mb@uer @end|ng |rom m|@jku@@t
Tue May 7 09:40:32 CEST 2019
Dear BioC Core Team,
I do not have time and resources to maintain "Rchemcpp" anymore. I also
do not have any students/researchers at my institution who can overtake
I can accept that Rchemcpp is dropped from Bioconductor or -- if anybody
else wants to maintain it -- to change the maintainer.
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Subject: Rchemcpp problems reported in the Multiple platform
build/check report for BioC 3.9
Date: Mon, 6 May 2019 18:56:00 +0000
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To: klambauer using bioinf.jku.at
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Hi Rchemcpp maintainer,
According to the Multiple platform build/check report for BioC 3.9,
the Rchemcpp package has the following problem(s):
o ERROR for 'R CMD INSTALL' on malbec2. See the details here:
o ERROR for 'R CMD build' on malbec2. See the details here:
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