[Bioc-devel] groHMM package error check report error

Tulip Nandu Tu||p@N@ndu @end|ng |rom UTSouthwe@tern@edu
Tue Sep 20 23:33:44 CEST 2022


I received the following email,
"According to the Multiple platform build/check report for BioC 3.16,
    the groHMM package has the following problem(s):

      o ERROR for 'R CMD check' on nebbiolo2. See the details here:

      o ERROR for 'R CMD INSTALL' on nebbiolo2. See the details here:

    Please take the time to address this by committing and pushing
    changes to your package at git.bioconductor.org


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When I checked at my end, the groHMM package is being installed correctly without any problems. Can you check again if there is an issue and if all dependencies are installed correctly?

Let me know.




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