[R-pkg-devel] Dependency needs to be loaded manually even its specified in the package
nur|@@perez @end|ng |rom b@c@e@
Fri Sep 18 19:10:10 CEST 2020
Oooooh! Thanks, David. I was almost crazy. :D
I'll try it!
El 18/9/20 a las 19:07, David Kepplinger escribió:
> Hi Núria,
> I've never used qmap, but looking at the source code it seems it's not
> using S3 or S4 methods in `doQmap()` but is looking for the proper
> method using `exists()`. Given that your package doesn't import the
> required function, it's not found by `exists()` and the `doQmap()`
> function complains.
> I think the only way around it is to declare the qmap package in the
> Depends field, rather than the Imports field.
> On Fri, Sep 18, 2020 at 9:39 AM Nuria Perez-Zanon <nuria.perez using bsc.es
> <mailto:nuria.perez using bsc.es>> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am maintaining a package call CSTools which is aimed for
> post-processing climate simulations.
> The package is already published on CRAN with all dependencies
> state in DESCRIPTION, NAMESPACE and roxygen2 headers.
> However, when using one specific function which depends on 'qmap'
> package, I should loaded both packages by executing:
> In case I don't load the second library, I get the error
> Error in doQmap(x = sample_cor, fobj = adjust, ...) :
> doQmap not defined for class(fobj) ==fitQmapQUANT
> Has anyone an idea for needing to manually load a dependency? I
> a code below if someone wants to test it.
> Thanks in advace,
> P.S.: Here is the code: library(CSTools) exp <- lonlat_data$exp
> obs <- lonlat_data$obs
> res <- CST_QuantileMapping(exp, obs)
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