[R-SIG-Mac] installation of source library with fortran code
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Mon Nov 15 17:51:57 CET 2004
At 12:52 PM +0100 11/15/04, Andreas Quandt wrote:
>Could you post a transcript of what you're trying to do?
>i try to make a package from existing r functions. that means i load
>the functions with "source()" in R and use "package.skeleton()".
>After it i add the fortran code (written under win) in the
>src-folder and try "R CMD check" which tells me the package is not a
>* checking for working latex ... OK
>* using log directory '/Users/andqua/Documents/TMP/Test.Rcheck'
>* checking for file 'Rsmooth/DESCRIPTION' ... OK
>* checking if this is a source package ... ERROR
>Only *source* packages can be checked.
>If i try to build a tar.gz file with "R CMD build" than i get
But the message below is from INSTALL, not from BUILD. ??
>(andqua at g4an:Rlibrary)R CMD INSTALL Test/ -l /Users/andqua/Documents/Rlibrary/
>* Installing *binary* package 'Test' ...
>* DONE (Test)
>for my understanding this should be wrong because the package is no
>binary and if i try to load this package with "library(test)" i get
>the error message that the packagae is unknown.
>So i guss the problem is the fortran code (devweloped under win xp)
>but i have no idea to solve this problem because should can compile
>the code because g77 is installed and gcc also.
If you try to compile your fortran outside of R does it succeed? This
will help us to find out if the problem is the fortran code.
>Furthermore i have no administrative rights at this pc but that
>should be not a problem if i change add my own folder "Rlibrary"
>with ".libPaths()" to the known libraries.
>hope the descripion of my problem was more detailed now and helps to
>find a answer for my problem.
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