[R-pkg-devel] how to make "r-release-osx-x86_64-mavericks" machine support rgl 3D plots
Søren Havelund Welling
sowe at dtu.dk
Wed Aug 12 13:44:41 CEST 2015
I have a package(forestFloor) which produces an test error when built on the "r-release-osx-x86_64-mavericks" machine. I'm quite sure it's due to Xquartz(or similar) graphical resources have to be installed for 3D plotting. I tried with no luck, to screen the source code of ~15 other packages importing rgl to get some inspiration. Most packages did not run any rgl examples or tests.
See the error message below
1. I there a fix for "r-release-osx-x86_64-mavericks" machine? Could I e.g. specify Xquartz to be installed?
2. Should I in general just assume no OSX user has installed Xquartz and link to a OSX install-guide from source in description file?
3. Can I in general test builds on "r-release-osx-x86_64-mavericks" machine somehow without spamming CRAN with submissions?
Thanks in advance
Soren H Welling
Check DetailsVersion: 1.8.3
Running the tests in ‘tests/stdUsage.R’ failed.
Last 13 lines of output:
 "compute goodness-of-fit with leave-one-out k-nearest neighbor(guassian kernel), kknn package"
> #if ever needed, k-nearest neighbor parameters for goodness-of-fit can be access through convolute_ff
> #a new fit will be calculated and added to forstFloor object as ffTest42$FCfit
> ffTest42 = convolute_ff(ffTest42,userArgs.kknn=alist(kernel="epanechnikov",kmax=5))
> #in 3D the interaction between X3 and X reveals itself completely
Error in rgl.open(useNULL) : rgl.open failed
Calls: show3d ... plot3d.default -> next3d -> .check3d -> open3d -> rgl.open
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