[Rd] R-2.7.0 RC (2008-04-20 r45403) fails fullcheck
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Mon Apr 21 23:05:13 CEST 2008
That check needs a (large) file from the internet. Your symptoms would be
consistent with it being temporarily unavailable. I would have expected
you to look at sas.Rout to see what happened.
On Mon, 21 Apr 2008, apjaworski at mmm.com wrote:
> A strange thing happened. After installing the most recent RC version of
> 2.7 (2008-04-20 r45403) I compiled it as usual with no errors. After
> installing it I ran "make fullcheck". I got as far as testing recommended
> packages and I got the following:
> -------- Testing package foreign --------
> Running examples in 'foreign-Ex.R' ...
> Comparing `foreign-Ex.Rout' to `foreign-Ex.Rout.prev' ...OK
> Running specific tests
> Running `S3.R'
> Comparing `S3.Rout' to `S3.Rout.save' ...OK
> Running `arff.R'
> Comparing `arff.Rout' to `arff.Rout.save' ...OK
> Running `minitab.R'
> Comparing `minitab.Rout' to `minitab.Rout.save' ...OK
> Running `octave.R'
> Comparing `octave.Rout' to `octave.Rout.save' ...OK
> Running `sas.R'
> make: *** [sas.Rout] Error 1
> make: *** [tests] Error 2
> make: *** [pkgcheck-foreign] Error 2
> This also happens when I just run "make check-recommended".
> The thing is that if I start-up the just installed version of R, change
> directory to R-rc/src/library/foreign/tests and source the sas.R script,
> everything works fine. Also when I do
> Rcmd.exe BATCH sas.R
> things seem to be normal, i.e., I just get the prompt back after a short
> I am on Windows XP professional SP2. My machine is a core-duo Xeon
> Hope this helps,
> Andy Jaworski
> Process Laboratory
> 3M Corporate Research Laboratory
> E-mail: apjaworski at mmm.com
> Tel: (651) 733-6092
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