[Rd] Package compilation woes on submission.
henrik.bengtsson at ucsf.edu
Tue Apr 7 18:53:58 CEST 2015
I've been there too. The clang compiler does useful validation and
troubleshooting of your code in addition to what you get with gcc. I
recommend installing/trying it as a complement to your default setup.
It has a -c option for "Only run preprocess, compile, and assemble
steps" allowing you do check you code as:
clang -c -pedantic -Wall -I$(R_HOME)/include/ src/*.c
I wouldn't be surprised if this would be enough for you to identify
and fix the problematic code.
Hope this helps
On Tue, Apr 7, 2015 at 4:28 AM, Aravind Jayaraman
<aravindjayaramanagri at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am trying to submit a new package to CRAN. I had checked the
> packages with R-devel and R-release in windows 7 local and ubuntu
> 12.04 local. The package has a C file in src folder which successfully
> compiled in all the cases (there were few trivial warnings).
> I had submitted the package last week and was asked to resubmit with
> few changes in the description file.
> However upon resubmission today, the C code failed to compile in the
> reviewer's system throwing several errors.
> I rechecked the package with windows 7 and ubuntu as before and there
> were no errors. I tried winbuilder with R-release as well as R 3.2.0
> beta again without any errors.
> The only difference that I could understand was that the compiler used
> by me as well as winbuilder is gcc while that in case of the reviewer
> is clang.
> In such a case, how should I proceed with the submission?
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