[R-SIG-Mac] compiling R.app when R.Framework is in ~/Library

stefano iacus stefano.iacus at unimi.it
Thu Jan 26 08:36:05 CET 2006

you should change the settings in XCode so that R(.framework) headers  
can be found in proper places.
Probably you should first drop away the R headers from the R.app  
project and add them again by drag and drop from your ~/Library

Il giorno 25/gen/06, alle ore 12:13, Roberto Canteri ha scritto:

> Hi to everybody,
> I would like to have R.Framework in  the location ~/Library because I
> am not anymore the admin of the laptop and I would like to be free
> from asking to the admin for the installation and managing of R.
> I' ve compiled and installed successfully R with --enable-R-
> framework='~/Library/Frameworks/' to install it in local ~/Library.
> Unfortunately I do not succed to compile R.app. First of all I
> changed the location of R.Framework in the project but it was not
> sufficient, infact I' ve got several error related to the following:
> ~/Mac-GUI/RController.m:33:15: error: R.h: No such file or directory
> ~/Mac-GUI/RController.m:34:22: error: Rversion.h: No such file or
> directory
> ~/Mac-GUI/RController.m:35:24: error: Rinternals.h: No such file or
> directory
> ~/Mac-GUI/RController.m:36:25: error: R_ext/Parse.h: No such file or
> directory
> ~/Mac-GUI/RController.m:37:20: error: Fileio.h: No such file or
> directory
> ~/Mac-GUI/RController.m:38:28: error: missing binary operator before
> token "("
> ~/Mac-GUI/RController.m:43:18: error: Defn.h: No such file or  
> directory
> Which changes are necessary to get a proper compilation? Many thanks
> in advance for any help.
> Roberto
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