Sun, 27 Oct 2002 15:40:58 -0600
[ Disclaimer: Yes, I do know that RODBC is in a state of minor limbo as far
as maintenance is concerned. But it is also useful, and used, which is why I
hope that someone might apply the small change outlined below. ]
The current version in CRAN's devel directories fails to build under R 1.6.1
(beta from Oct 27):
chibud:/home/edd/RODBC# R CMD INSTALL .
* Installing *source* package 'RODBC' ...
creating cache ./config.cache
checking for library containing SQLTables... -lodbc
updating cache ./config.cache
gcc -I/usr/lib/R/include -D__NO_MATH_INLINES -mieee-fp -fPIC -g -O2 -c RODBC.c -o RODBC.o
RODBC.c:22: parse error
make: *** [RODBC.o] Error 1
ERROR: compilation failed for package 'RODBC'
My quick solution was to #ifdef the following block of RODBC.c away:
#if R_VERSION < R_Version(1, 2, 0)
# define STRING_ELT(x,i) (STRING(x)[i])
# define VECTOR_ELT(x,i) (VECTOR(x)[i])
# define SET_STRING_ELT(x,i,v) (STRING(x)[i] = (v))
# define SET_VECTOR_ELT(x,i,v) (VECTOR(x)[i] = (v))
I'm sure there is a nicer solution, but it is immediately apparent to me. The
gcc version which puked is 2.95.4 as in Debian testing.
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