Re: [Rd] R CMD check problem on R 2.6.1 RC

From: Duncan Murdoch <murdoch_at_stats.uwo.ca>
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2007 09:54:53 -0500

On 11/22/2007 9:26 AM, Ulrike Grömping wrote:

> I suppose I should add that this is under Windows (XP).
> Regards, Ulrike
> 
> 
> Ulrike Grömping wrote:

>>
>> Dear R-developers,
>>
>> I'm experiencing a problem with having an example run under R 2.6.1 RC
>> (downloaded and installed today, r43513), which does not occur on R 2.6.0:
>> The new version of package relaimpo does list package survey under
>> "Depends", and an example directly (i.e. not only from within a function
>> of relaimpo) uses function svydesign from package survey. Package survey
>> is installed and available when working from within the new
>> R-installation. However, under R CMD check, the example fails with the
>> message "could not find function svydesign" (backtranslated from German).
>> It does work fine under all previous versions of R that I tested (2.3.1,
>> 2.5.1, 2.6.0).
>>
>> It may be of interest that function boot from package boot (also listed
>> under Depends, called from within functions of package relaimpo) works
>> without problems.

I just tried running R CMD check on relaimpo_1.2-2.tar.gz from CRAN, and it gave no error, only the warning

You didn't say whether this is the "new version" you were testing. If it is, then I'd guess that you have survey installed in a place that R CMD check doesn't know about. Do you normally have two libraries in your .libPaths()?

If you were trying something newer than 1.2-2, then I think you'll have to make it available somewhere for us to try if you want us to diagnose the problem.

Duncan Murdoch



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