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 - 03:04:11 EST


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

DTL> It is going to be tricky to diagnose an abort() call without
DTL> the actual R command that caused it. My guess would be that
DTL> there is an exception being thrown in the Orbacus libraries
DTL> and that is propogating its way to abort.

I think you are right (i.e. that it's in the orbacus stuff).

It happened with the first 5 R-CORBA calls I tried, sigh... (I can't
recall exactly this morning, but follow the manual for a few minutes,
and modulo changing some names to localize, they all Aborted.

More this afternoon... (I can't send a bug report without a
traceback!)

DTL> Additionally, the R-S/CORBA interfaces are pretty solid
DTL> here. A few bug reports to omega-remote@omegahat.org (with
DTL> perhaps a little more information than above ;-)) will
DTL> probably get them fixed pretty rapidly.

Sounds good...

best,
-tony

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