Package tseries: crash for Windows version (PR#2302)
Sun, 17 Nov 2002 15:59:26 +0000 (GMT)
This is not the appropriate place to report such an error, unless you
built the packages yourself under the current version of R, which you
clearly did not.
And this is *definitely* not the place to say `me too'. Neither of you
provided any debugging information.
Please do not clog up R-bugs with reports on out-of-date builds, and
please do remember that having compiled versions for R is a *privilege*
which such reports abuse.
Note that the tseries pre-compiled package did run the checks under the
version of R on its date stamp and this may well be a problem with the
R 1.6.1 build rather than the package.
Your long-suffering Windows package compiler.
On Sun, 17 Nov 2002, Kenneth Cabrera wrote:
> similar happens on W2K platform
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> >Platform: Windows 98
> >R version: Version 1.6.1 (2002-11-01)
> >Package 'tseries' version: 0.9-4 Built: R 1.6.0; Win32; Mon Oct 7 14:02:38 2002)
> >(dependanted packages 'quadprog': Built: R 1.5.1; Win32; 2002-07-03 12:20:50)
> >I've just upgraded to R 1.6.1. By typing
> >=> I've got a crash with the following message:
> >"RGUI a caus? une d?faillance de page dans le module TSERIES.DLL ? 0167:117c999f"
> >Thanks in advance
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