[Rd] R-2.0.1 and Rggobi
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Wed Nov 24 06:50:46 CET 2004
Please note that is not the correct fix. From the ONEWS in 2.0.1:
o The undocumented C-level entry point R_IsNaNorNA has been
removed. It was used in a couple of packages, and should be
replaced by a call to the documented macro ISNAN.
The ggobi list are now operational again (or at least they have had a
burst of activity), and that would be the appropriate place to pursue
On Wed, 24 Nov 2004, Richard Beare wrote:
> Thanks for that - I attempted to install the earlier versions I had been
> successful with before - Rggobi 1.0.0 and ggobi 1.0.0-beta. The R side of
> things wouldn't compile out of the box due to a change in the R_IsNaNorNA
> function. This caused a problem in RSGgobi.c, which I fixed by adding the
> following patch:
> static int G_IsNaNorNA(double f)
> return (R_IsNaN(f) || R_IsNA(f));
> and changed
> I can at least load the package and start ggobi now.
> Dirk Eddelbuettel wrote:
>> On Wed, Nov 24, 2004 at 01:54:36PM +1100, Richard Beare wrote:
>>> I've had no luck with the combination of R-2.0.1 and Rggobi/gobi (1.1-1
>>> and 1.0-1 beta). I've tried a default configuration of ggobi, as well as
>>> one with all the plugins enabled. I'm using RedHat 9 Linux.
>>> The problem I'm experiencing is a segmentation fault when library.dynam is
>>> called from .First.lib
>>> ggobi appears to work OK from the command line. I had an earlier
>>> combination working under R-1.8.1
>>> Does anyone have fixes/suggestions?
>> It still works for me as this cut&pasted session log from ESS shows:
>> R : Copyright 2004, The R Foundation for Statistical Computing
>> Version 2.0.1 (2004-11-15), ISBN 3-900051-07-0
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>> > options(STERM='iESS', editor='gnuclient -q')
>> > library(Rggobi)
>> > ggobi()
>>  "ggobi reference (1)"
>> > ## and the ggobi gtk console comes up
>> but I'd also be the first to tell you that I (as the maintainer of these
>> Debian packages) kept the versions frozen as I had difficulties building
>> newer ggobi and/or Rggobi versions (and possible combinations, been a while
>> I since I tried last):
>> edd at basebud:~> COLUMNS=120 dpkg -l "*ggobi*" | cut -c -80
>> | Status=Not/Installed/Config-files/Unpacked/Failed-config/Half-installed
>> |/ Err?=(none)/Hold/Reinst-required/X=both-problems (Status,Err:
>> ||/ Name Version Description
>> ii ggobi 0.99.10-3 Data visualization
>> ii r-omegahat-ggobi 0.53.0-4 GNU R package for the
>> Sources for these are on any Debian mirror and possibly also still on
>> ggobi.org. Can't recall if we needed patches; if so they also be on the
>> Debian mirrors.
>> Hope this helps, Dirk
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