[R] compilation error when installing GLMMGibbs on SuSE Linux 8.2 (R v. 1.7.1)
dojoly at wisc.edu
Thu Jul 3 23:05:58 CEST 2003
It worked. I added a "\" to the end of line 497 and it compiled fine.
I'm not a C programmer, but I should have picked that up! Thanks for the
On Thursday 03 July 2003 3:47 pm, Peter Dalgaard BSA wrote:
> Damien Joly <dojoly at wisc.edu> writes:
> > On Thursday 03 July 2003 3:21 pm, Peter Dalgaard BSA wrote:
> > > Damien Joly <dojoly at wisc.edu> writes:
> > > > I getting compilation errors when trying to install GLMMGibbs (see
> > > > below). I'm running R v 1.7.1 on SuSE Linux 8.2.
> > > >
> > > > Has anyone else had this problem? I tried it on a Win2000/R 1.5.1
> > > > combination and it worked fine. Any hints are greatly appreciated.
> > >
> > > Which GCC version. There is something with multiline strings being
> > > disallowed now due to increased standard adherence...
> > GCC version 3.3-23:
> > toxoplasma:/home/damien/temp # rpm -qa | grep gcc
> > libgcc-3.3-23
> > gcc-3.3-23
> > gcc-c++-3.3-23
> > gcc-g77-3.3-23
> > That sound right? Do you recommend I drop back a version or two? (with
> > the associated dependency nightmare!)
> Just fix the quotes in the sources, I think. (In case you've only
> installed with the automated tools before: Fetch the tar file, unpack
> it with tar xfz GLMMGibbs_0.5-1.tar.gz, fix the relevant .c file and
> finally: R CMD INSTALL GLMMGibbs)
> The way to modify the sources seems to be as follows:
> From: Philipp Thomas <philipp.thomas at t-link.de>
> Date: Tue, 27 May 2003 01:55:06 +0200
> Subject: Re: [suse-programming-e] Gcc 3.3
> Graham Murray <graham at gmurray.org.uk> [Mon, 26 May 2003 16:35:44
> > 1) Close the quotes at the end of each line as 2 adjacent string
> > literals are treated as one.
> > 2) Put a backslash at the end of each line to make (lexically) one
> > line.
> 3) If you want the string to include the newline (that's most of
> the cases that use multiline strings), either put \n\ at the end
> of each line or add \n at the end of each adjacent string literal.
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