[R-SIG-Mac] Compiling R-packages on Mac
petar.milin at uni-tuebingen.de
Sat Mar 30 12:29:04 CET 2013
I am a newbie on Mac, with long Linux experience (Ubuntu, than Debian, finally Fedora, for many years). R on Mac is very pleasant and works nicely. However, I noticed something strange, while I was trying to compile a package on which my research team is working. Briefly, I could compile/install the package via R interface, but not in console mode (terminal). It seems that some low-level stuffs are missing, like gfortran and the like. Now, I wonder how it is possible to compile the package successfully via R IDE, but not in terminal, with R CMD INSTALL xyz?
Also, if I miss something which is not there by default, and provided by Xcode, how to get that? Should I use Mac Ports? Homebrew? Or via packages on this site <http://hpc.sourceforge.net/index.php>?
Please, help me with this? I am worried that PATHs are not nicely lined up and integrated in my Mac OS X…
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