[R] BUILD command fails with large R source file
res90sx5 at verizon.net
Fri Jul 28 18:25:59 CEST 2006
You need to supply a lot more information if you wish to receive any useful assistance. You have not told us your operating system, version of R, or the error message you received. You are convinced that the problem is too many lines of code, but I have seen many postings where people were convinced of things that were not true. The lines of code you are adding may have effects on other sections of code (no one can tell because you haven't shown them to us).
If you follow the directions in the posting guide listed at the bottom, I am sure that someone can provide you with some assistance.
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> On Behalf Of Zajd, John
> Sent: Friday, July 28, 2006 5:08 AM
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> Subject: [R] BUILD command fails with large R source file
> I modified an existing R program (now it is larger than the previous
> version), and when I attempt to perform a BUILD using the command
> "R CMD BUILD --binary --force RAGG" the build fails.
> It outputs a totally bogus message when it fails; not related at all to
> the true problem.
> I know the problem is the length of the R program because when I remove
> some lines of code the BUILD is successful, and when I add them back in,
> the BUILD fails.
> Can you provide any help with this issue; is there a command line option
> that resolves this problem?
> Thank you for your time and effort.
> John Zajd
> Constella Group
> Raleigh, NC
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