[R-SIG-Mac] R on Mac: framework or homebrew?
coral90zhang at gmail.com
Thu Jun 4 19:29:34 CEST 2015
I used brew install R to install R and I use the most recent version of
Rstudio. And when I use the "export" in Rstudio, it tells me the following.
1: In cairo_pdf(file = "/Users/xinlianzhang/Desktop/Rplot.pdf", width =
unable to load shared object
6): Library not loaded: /usr/local/lib/libjpeg.8.dylib
Reason: Incompatible library version: cairo.so requires version 13.0.0 or
later, but libjpeg.8.dylib provides version 12.0.0
2: In cairo_pdf(file = "/Users/xinlianzhang/Desktop/Rplot.pdf", width =
failed to load cairo DLL
在 2013年9月12日星期四 UTC-4上午10:20:07，Rainer M Krug写道：
> I am using R at the moment installed from the official installation as a
> framework, buit I also installed it from homebrew. As I am not using the
> Mac GUI (I am using mainly emacs, a little bit RStudio), so from there
> there was no difference.
> So which approach has which advantages? I can think of advantages when
> using homebrew (updates and upgrades of R) and also the framework
> approach (Ease of maintenance).
> I personaly lean towards the homebrew installation (linux background),
> but are there any disadvantages to using the official framework
> Any comments?
> Rainer M. Krug
> email: RMKrug<at>gmail<dot>com
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