[Rd] troubles with R CMD check and examples under Ubuntu gutsy
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Mon May 5 07:34:05 CEST 2008
It seems likely that the contents of 'pgirmess' under Linux are
There's a recent version of pgirmess on CRAN, and that works under Linux.
I suggest you try that (start with the tarball, perhaps).
On Mon, 5 May 2008, Patrick Giraudoux wrote:
> Dear listers,
> I was used to package pgirmess under Windows with everything OK, but, for the
> first time, I had a trial this afternoon on Ubuntu 7.10 gutsy (I have a
> double boot computer and work more and more under unix) and R 2.7.0.
> Everything went OK except this:
> sudo R CMD check pgirmess
Do you really want to be doing this under root? I see no reason to do so
-- just make sure you have a writeable current directory for your account.
> * checking examples ... ERROR
> Running examples in 'pgirmess-Ex.R' failed.
> The error most likely occurred in:
>> ### * PermTest
>> flush(stderr()); flush(stdout())
>> ### Name: PermTest
>> ### Title: Permutation test for lm, lme and glm (binomial and Poisson)
>> ### objects
>> ### Aliases: PermTest PermTest.lm PermTest.lme PermTest.glm print.PermTest
>> ### Keywords: htest
>> ### ** Examples
> Error: could not find function "PermTest"
> Execution halted
> If I run R CMD check --no-examples pgirmess, everything comes OK. Seems again
> that this check makes problem. I googled a bit on R-devel but did not find
> any understandable post on that...
> Any idea about what happens ? (please consider if I can write some lines and
> build a package, I am *not* an advanced fellow in matter of packaging... and
> just know something about running the commands 'R CMD check' and R CMD
> Thanks in advance,
Brian D. Ripley, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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