[R] cross-compiling for windows with linux

Duncan Murdoch dmurdoch at pair.com
Sun Jul 6 17:36:15 CEST 2003

On Sun, 6 Jul 2003 16:53:37 +0200, you wrote:

>---------- Making package splicegear ------------
>  installing inst files
>  adding build stamp to DESCRIPTION
>  installing R files
>  save image
>/home/laurent/these/R/RCrossBuild/WinR/R-1.7.1/src/gnuwin32/install-save.sh: line 23: /home/laurent/these/R/RCrossBuild/WinR/R-1.7.1/bin/Rterm: No such file or directory
>/home/laurent/these/R/RCrossBuild/WinR/R-1.7.1/src/gnuwin32/install-save.sh: line 34:  5846 Broken pipe             cat ${lib}/${pkg}/R/${pkg}
>Execution of package source for splicegear failed
>mv: cannot stat `.RData': No such file or directory
>Changing 'Rterm' by 'Rtem.exe' in 'install-save.sh' do not appear to fix
>the problem (the error message changes to 'cannot execute').

Rterm in Windows is the equivalent of R in Linux.  I imagine changing
Rterm to R should get things to work, but I can't do cross-compiling
to verify, so I can't really support cross-compiling at all.  There
may well be other problems besides this one.

Duncan Murdoch

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