[R] issue -- Packages unavailable for R version 3.2.3
bob at rudis.net
Wed Feb 24 15:02:39 CET 2016
Will you be able to fix the issues that crop up (or even notice the
issues) for these unsupported packages? (There _is_ a reason they
aren't in CRAN anymore.) That particular one (which is, indeed,
archived in CRAN) also depends on Rstem, which is also archived on
CRAN, and now (according to CRAN) "only available on OmegaHat" (though
older versions in the archive). OmegaHat has been down for a bit, too
Basing a business practice on these packages seems to be--at best--an
I'd suggest moving back to a version of R that those pkgs are able to
run on (probably best in a VM) and use Ista's suggestion or something
like MRAN to get specific versions then freeze that VM for future use.
On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 6:57 AM, Ista Zahn <istazahn at gmail.com> wrote:
> Installing unsupported packages is usually not a good idea (there is a
> reason they were removed...).
> But if you must:
> install_version("sentiment", '0.2')
> On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 2:49 AM, Sandeep Rana
> <sunnysingha.analytics at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have newly installed R version 3.2.3 and experiencing an issue where the
>> packages that I had been using in previous release aren't compatible in the
>> latest release.
>> I need you help to suggest how we could force the installation even if its
>> not supported or what is the workaround to move ahead with it.
>> Right now, I need to install the package 'sentiment'. Please help.
>> Sandeep S. Rana
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