R-beta: C/Fortran function not in load table
eschmid at delos.stuttgart.netsurf.de
Tue May 12 17:49:46 CEST 1998
In the meantime I found it was 'version$minor < "0.62"' in
library/class/R/zzz.R and library/class/test/test.R. After chance of
"0.62" to "62.0" 'R -nosave < test.R' works as expected.
The output has a lot of spaces or lines in it. Is this normal?
On 12 May 1998, Peter Dalgaard BSA wrote:
> Paul Gilbert <pgilbert at bank-banque-canada.ca> writes:
> > >> knn1(train, test, cl)
> > >Error in .C("VR_knn1", as.integer(ntr), as.integer(nte), as.integer(p),
> > >: C/Fortran function not in load table
> > This sounds like the bug which causes .Dyn.libs to linger in .RData, causing
> > code not to be dyn.loaded. If you really didn't intend to save .RData then you
> > can rm .RData before you start R. Otherwise, once R is started, but before you
> > use library() do rm(.Dyn.libs).
> That one should be fixed in 0.61.3:
> > .First
> function ()
> if (exists(".Dyn.libs", envir = .GlobalEnv))
> rm(".Dyn.libs", envir = .GlobalEnv)
> if (interactive() && getenv("DISPLAY") != "")
> So unless you've been creating your own .First, .Dyn.libs shouldn't
> get in the way and the error must be somewhere else.
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