Subject: Re: Compilation of R under Mandrake Linux 6.1 (helios)
From: Duncan Temple Lang (email@example.com)
Date: Sat 13 Nov 1999 - 02:48:01 EST
> Cc: Duncan Temple Lang <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> email@example.com (A.J. Rossini) writes:
> > (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 :-(...).
> I think that happens when the program calls abort(), which seems to
> happen (potentially) two times in memory.c and thrice in saveload.c.
> For the Windows version, there are three cases in regex.c.
> Both cases in memory.c happen if one bumps into an object with an
> invalid typeof field during garbage collection. The ones in saveload.c
> all seem to be in the HDF5 code (where it would seem to be a bit of an
> overkill!). The ones in regex seem to be related to inconsistencies in
> the compiled regexp code. My guess would be that there's a memory
> corruption going on, triggering one of the traps in memory.c.
It is going to be tricky to diagnose an abort() call without the
actual R command that caused it. My guess would be that there is an
exception being thrown in the Orbacus libraries and that is
propogating its way to abort.
>> 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.
Well the code for integrating R with Gnumeric is not "stable" either.
In fact I am not sure how much, if any, exists at this point. So
comparing the stability Gnome and the R/CORBA mechanism is
irrelevant. Even if there was that connection at the C level, more
would be needed to actual map data from R to CORBA and vice-versa.
This is what the dynamic CORBA facility in R does via "remote references".
Additionally, the R-S/CORBA interfaces are pretty solid here. A few
bug reports to firstname.lastname@example.org (with perhaps a little more
information than above ;-)) will probably get them fixed pretty
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