Hi Professor Brian Ripley,
Thanks for your help,
>>Our experience is
>>- the X11 installation on Solaris is too old for these packages. We
>>use the one from OpenCSW (see the R-admin manual). cairographics in
>>particular has moved on a lot since the 2005 release of Solaris 10
>>(cairo reached version 1.0 after that).
Do you suggest to use the new X11 from OpenCSW to replace the one shipped with Solaris, and do you have any procedural guides.
I used SunStudio building R, do we need to use the same compiler for both R and Packages? I followed the guides in https://www.initworks.com/wiki/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=6521038 to build R with SunStudio, is there some similar guides when using gcc?
>>Note that nothing in this message is about 'building rattle' (your
>>subject line): it is about installing packages rattle's GUI depends
>>on. Let me warn you that rattle doesn't just depend on RGtk2, it
>>depends on RGtk2 built with libglade2 support: which is optional and
>>not installed by default on Solaris (and often not elsewhere).
Yes, I am trying to install the packages which are dependent by Rattle, and RGtk2 is the first one.
>>Note that in R terminolgy (see Writing R Extensions), building a
>>package (R CMD build) is not the same thing as installing one (R CMD
Actually I am new to R, and don't really know the differences between building and installing packages. The R CMD INSTALL command just can install packages from source code.
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