[BioC] Full error messages?
whuber at embl.de
Thu May 3 23:19:15 CEST 2012
from the man page of 'options':
'warning.length': sets the truncation limit for error and warning
messages. A non-negative integer, with allowed values
100...8170, default 1000.
8172 (decimal) is 2000 (hex), not sure where that limitation comes from,
but probably from the 1980s.
May/3/12 10:24 PM, Ed Siefker scripsit::
> To follow up, I found 'geterrmessage()', but it still truncates the message.
> In the documentation, it says that geterrmessage() uses the option
> "warning.length" to truncate the message.
> If I could increase the value of "warning.length", this would fix my problem
> but when I do that:
>  1000
> Error in options(warning.length = 10000) :
> invalid value for 'warning.length'
> I'm stuck again, any hints?
> On Thu, May 3, 2012 at 2:46 PM, Ed Siefker<ebs15242 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm trying to read in some array data with minfi.
>> Apparently I missed some arrays when fetching
>> my data, so there are some lines in my targets
>> that don't have actual files to read.
>> That's not a big problem, the problem is
>> when R throws an error, there are enough missing
>> files that I can't read the entire error message.
>> Are these error messages stored somewhere
>> where I can get to the entire message, and
>> parse it so I can get a list of the missing files?
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