[R-pkg-devel] Unable to get past CRAN submission checks for package cubature
brod|e@g@@|@m @end|ng |rom y@hoo@com
Wed May 12 00:02:58 CEST 2021
At the risk of only being mildly (if at all) helpful, I was able
to reproduce your warnings on Rhub, which has the same compiler,
Absent feedback from CRAN you could try tweaking your code so that
it does not produce those warnings while no changing behavior.
Obviously, iterating with rhub is not the easiest way to do this,
but might be easier than trying to get GCC 8.3.
For reference, you might be hitting:
Maybe you knew that already but it might be useful for others to be
aware there is an actual bug that at least is in the general area
that affects GCC 8.2-8.3.
On Monday, May 10, 2021, 4:01:36 PM EDT, Balasubramanian Narasimhan <naras using stanford.edu> wrote:
I submitted a minor update of cubature (suggesting rmarkdown for
vignettes) and received a message that the package generated warnings.
However, the warnings were noted to be untrustworthy (see email below).
I noted this in the submission comments as well as the reply to the
It appears that I am unable to get beyond the auto-check service. Any
-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Re: [CRAN-pretest-archived] CRAN submission cubature 184.108.40.206
Date: Thu, 6 May 2021 12:51:37 -0700
From: Balasubramanian Narasimhan <naras using stanford.edu>
To: CRAN-submissions using R-project.org, naras using stat.stanford.edu
As explained in my submission comment, the warning is noted to be flaky
in the message below.
On 18/03/2021 13:05, Kurt Hornik wrote:
>>>>>> Uwe Ligges writes:
>> Dear Naras,
>> your package cubature shows compiler warnings under Windows:
>> Any chance getting rid of these? Please try and resubmit.
> Interestingly, r-release-macos shows this too ...
I think -Warray-bounds is known to be flaky in earlier compilers. I do
not see this on macOS with Apple Clang 11.5 (latest for High Sierra) or
12.4 (current) and nor does Tomas for GCC 10 on Windows.
Brian D. Ripley, ripley using stats.ox.ac.uk
Emeritus Professor of Applied Statistics, University of Oxford
On 5/6/21 12:27 PM, ligges using statistik.tu-dortmund.de wrote:
> Dear maintainer,
> package cubature_220.127.116.11.tar.gz does not pass the incoming checks automatically, please see the following pre-tests:
> Status: 1 WARNING
> Status: OK
> Last released version's CRAN status: WARN: 3, NOTE: 10
> CRAN Web:<https://cran.r-project.org/package=cubature>
> Please fix all problems and resubmit a fixed version via the webform.
> If you are not sure how to fix the problems shown, please ask for help on the R-package-devel mailing list:
> If you are fairly certain the rejection is a false positive, please reply-all to this message and explain.
> More details are given in the directory:
> The files will be removed after roughly 7 days.
> *** Strong rev. depends ***: ALTopt apTreeshape bivquant BNSP calibrator clusteredinterference coga cold dbmss DRAYL dvmisc ei equivalenceTest fMultivar GAS GB2 GPCMlasso GRCdata highfrequency hyper2 ICAOD inctools MCMCglmm MIRES MMDCopula MWright NonNorMvtDist np OBASpatial ODS optimStrat PCMRS planar pooling Power2Stage PowerTOST ProFit QGglmm robustlmm skedastic SphericalCubature spNetwork statsr SurvDisc symmoments TCIU tseriesEntropy UPCM vines WLinfer yuima
> Best regards,
> CRAN teams' auto-check service
> Flavor: r-devel-linux-x86_64-debian-gcc, r-devel-windows-ix86+x86_64
> Check: CRAN incoming feasibility, Result: Note_to_CRAN_maintainers
> Maintainer: 'Balasubramanian Narasimhan<naras using stat.stanford.edu>'
> Flavor: r-devel-windows-ix86+x86_64
> Check: whether package can be installed, Result: WARNING
> Found the following significant warnings:
> ./src/common/Random.c:105:5: warning: 'memcpy' pointer overflow between offset 0 and size [4294967292, 2147483647] [-Warray-bounds]
> ./src/common/Random.c:105:5: warning: 'memcpy' pointer overflow between offset 0 and size [-4, 9223372036854775807] [-Warray-bounds]
> See 'd:/RCompile/CRANincoming/R-devel/cubature.Rcheck/00install.out' for details.
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