[R] R CMD check .
d.scott at auckland.ac.nz
Wed Feb 12 22:22:04 CET 2003
On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, Robin Hankin wrote:
> Hello everybody
> I'm writing a package and am trying to get it past "R CMD check ." It
> has no C or Fortan code, just R code.
> "R CMD check ." reports that the examples don't work:
> r:Davies% R CMD check .
> * checking for working latex ... OK
> * using log directory '/home/rksh/information/Davies/Davies.Rcheck'
> * checking for code/documentation mismatches ... OK
> * checking for undocumented arguments in \usage ... OK
> * checking for CRLF line endings in C sources/headers ... OK
> * creating Davies-Ex.R ... OK
> * checking examples ... ERROR
> Running examples failed.
> Everything works fine with "R CMD check --no-example ."
> How do I tell which .Rd file is the problem? (I suspect that the
> examples aren't actually being executed because most of them take a
> long time and the error is pretty much instantaneous).
Rcmd check makes a directory called libname.Rcheck. Inside that you will
find a .Rout file which gives a log of the examples. If I understand the
pattern it is called libname-Ed.Rout.
Look at that file to see where the running of your examples failed.
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