[R] gregmisc library (Mandriva)
paul.bivand at gmail.com
Fri Oct 9 22:47:00 CEST 2009
You may find that you need to use the compilation tools. I gave up on
using R from Mandriva repositories as the R base is usually out of
date and the selection of packages available depends on the interests
of those who produced them. If I knew how rpm spec files worked I
might do something about it for my interests.
Of course if the package is simply R code with no C, C++, Fortran
needing compiling, then unpacking the source in your library location
will do, though you may need to check dependencies.
I do like Mandriva, but for programs like R using install.packages()
and having the relevant devel-packages enables you to keep up to date.
2009/10/3 chi ball <c_cb at hotmail.it>:
> Hi, I'm not able to find a rpm of "gregmisc" library (>2.0.0) for Linux Mandriva 2008 Spring.
> Any suggestion?
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