[R] Compile Packages under Windows and CHM
Arend P. van der Veen
apv at capital.net
Thu Nov 20 15:55:03 CET 2003
Adding hhc.exe to my path did the trick. I saw hhc and assumed that was
associated with the contents file and not the HTML Help Workshop.
Arend van der Veen
On Thu, 2003-11-20 at 09:38, Uwe Ligges wrote:
> Arend P. van der Veen wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have been developing a small package. It install under RedHat Linux
> > 9.0 without a problem. However, I have a small problem under Windows
> > XP. I am using R-1.8.0 on both systems and HTML Help Workshop
> > 4.74.8702.0 on Windows XP. I created the package under Linux.
> > When I try to install the package created under Linux in Windows XP
> > using
> Most easy solution is to copy hhc.exe (from HTML Help Workshop) in your
> Windows directory (it must be in your path, at least).
> Also, have you edited the MkRules so that it points to the right
> location of the HTML Help Workshop?
> Uwe Ligges
> > c:\rtest> rcmd install rtest
> > I get the following error:
> > ########
> > Formats: chm
> > hhc: not found
> > cp: cannot stat `C:/R-Packages/rtest/chm/rtest.chm': No such file or
> > directory
> > make: *** [chm-rtest] Error 1
> > make: *** [pkg-rtest] Error 2
> > *** Installation of rtest failed ***
> > ########
> > A file with a hhc extension is usually the contents file. However, the
> > HTML help project that is automatically created uses toc as the
> > extension of the content file. If I load the project file using HTML
> > Help Workshop I am able to compile it and create a HTML Help File.
> > Has anybody else had this problem.
> > Thanks,
> > Arend van der Veen
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