Re: Compilation of R under Mandrake Linux 6.1 (helios)

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Subject: Re: Compilation of R under Mandrake Linux 6.1 (helios)
From: A.J. Rossini (rossini@biostat.washington.edu)
Date: Sat 13 Nov 1999 - 02:04:22 EST


Message-ID: <87g0ybvgqh.fsf@alpha.cfas.washington.edu>

>>>>> "DTL" == Duncan Temple Lang <duncan@rice.research.bell-labs.com> writes:

DTL> Well, the CORBA integration with Gnumeric does not require
DTL> the GNOME material in R. The dynamic CORBA material is
DTL> sitting on www.omegahat.org waiting for people to use it.

Sure, but they are two slightly different things. R/GNOME/CORBA is
more for standard desktop integration, a bit away from the user; GNOME
is pretty useful/stable these days. R/OMEGAHAT/CORBA still seems to
need some work, but theoretically will be quite interesting for
user-land stuff.

(ob-reason for posting to R-devel:
        Has anyone ever seen the error message:
        "Abort."
        with R? Thomas hadn't either, and suggested running under
        gdb, which I hope to, late this afternoon -- it's occuring
        during a library call, in particular, the R/OMEGAHAT/CORBA
        package, Duncan :-(...).

best,
-tony

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