[Bioc-devel] [EXT] Re: Sudden Bioconductor nightly build fail for IsoCorrectoRGUI: cannnot add binding of 'variable' to the base environment
chr|@t|@n@koh|er @end|ng |rom ur@de
Thu May 6 07:44:59 CEST 2021
thank you very much for the quick help.
I'll try it this way.
BTW: I could have read the NEWS file by my own before asking, sorry for
On 04.05.21 12:21, Martin Morgan wrote:
> This is because of a change in base R
> It can be reproduced by using a recent version R-4-1.
> Looking at your code, I guess it is at
> that things start to run into trouble -- probably instead you want to create a 'package local' environment, e.g.,
> isoCorrectionGUIEnvironment <- new.env()
> as the very first line in this file, and use that for storing these variables.
> On 5/4/21, 12:36 AM, "Bioc-devel on behalf of Christian Kohler" <bioc-devel-bounces using r-project.org on behalf of christian.kohler using ur.de> wrote:
> Hello BioC community,
> I am the maintainer of the IsoCorrectoRGUI package.
> Starting with April 30th, problems are reported in the Multiple platform
> build/check report for BioC3.13 (Linux, Windows Server as well as macOS)
> though IsoCorrectoRGUIs code base did not change since end of October 2020.
> The relevant part of the error message is shown below:
> * checking examples ... ERROR
> Running examples in ‘IsoCorrectoRGUI-Ex.R’ failed
> The error most likely occurred in:
> > base::assign(".ptime", proc.time(), pos = "CheckExEnv")
> > ### Name: IsoCorrectionGUI
> > ### Title: Graphical User Interface for IsoCorrectoR
> > ### Aliases: IsoCorrectionGUI
> > ### ** Examples
> > IsoCorrectionGUI()
> Error in baseEnvRef$continueIsoCorrection <- TRUE :
> cannot add binding of 'continueIsoCorrection' to the base environment
> Calls: IsoCorrectionGUI -> initGUI
> Execution halted
> Frankly speaking, at the moment I have no clue why the CHECK procedure
> fails from one day to the next. Does this reflect a conflict with R
> 4.1.0 alpha internals?
> Any insight would be greatly appreciated as the deadline for passing R
> CMD check is in a couple of days.
> If anyone knows why this could be happening or if it is likely to sort
> itself in the next build please let me know.
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