[Bioc-devel] taking over package, fixing build error
ev@n@b|eder@tedt @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Wed Apr 19 03:39:19 CEST 2023
Thank you so much for helping clarify this. I'm still learning the ropes.
Ok, I could wait for the builds.
So this is the development version of scde with fixes.
Please see the screenshot attached.
Very naïve question: Is the package now fixed and ready for 3.17? It looks
like there's no problems except with "warnings" for "check".
In the CRAN universe, this is a failure and it would be removed/not
accepted. Is it ok here for the upcoming release?
Thank you for the help!
On Mon, Apr 17, 2023 at 7:56 AM Kern, Lori <Lori.Shepherd using roswellpark.org>
> Note the link you provided is only for mac arm 64 builds
> The report for linux, mac, and windows is found here:
> And the main check results page shows the schedule for builds.
> As far as testing for if it works, most just wait. Trying a run with the
> correct version of R and Bioconductor and ensuring all packages are
> valid/up-to-date with BiocManager::valid and BiocManager::install can help
> too. There are Bioconductor dockers available that try to mimic the build
> system environment that can be beneficial too. Hope that helps a little.
> Lori Shepherd - Kern
> Bioconductor Core Team
> Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
> Department of Biostatistics & Bioinformatics
> Elm & Carlton Streets
> Buffalo, New York 14263
> *From:* Bioc-devel <bioc-devel-bounces using r-project.org> on behalf of Evan
> Biederstedt <evan.biederstedt using gmail.com>
> *Sent:* Saturday, April 15, 2023 2:41 PM
> *To:* bioc-devel using r-project.org <bioc-devel using r-project.org>
> *Subject:* [Bioc-devel] taking over package, fixing build error
> Hi BioConductor devel community
> (Apologies if these are obvious questions; I haven't quite grokked the
> answers from the documentation.)
> I'm someone who has submitted in the past to CRAN, but this is my first
> rodeo with Bioconductor. Please be patient with me :)
> I'm taking over as a maintainer for this package:
> There was an issue with the compilation of scde (related to C++17 and
> deprecated C++ function).
> I think I've fixed this. So I pushed changes on the `devel` branch in the
> repo from```git clone git using git.bioconductor.org:packages/scde```, following
> the instructions here:
> My question is, how do BioConductor developers normally check that this
> works? My understanding is that one waits for 24 hours for the packages to
> be re-built, and then developers check the URL here:
> Is there any other way to double check that the commits fix the issue?
> “devtools::check_max_release()” but this often struggles with bioconductor
> Thank you for the help!
> Best, Evan
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