Re: [Rd] Issues with building package with C src on windows [R CMD INSTALL ignoring makefile]

From: Prof Brian Ripley <ripley_at_stats.ox.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 15:43:56 +0000

If all else fails, read the manual: it is explicitly documented that you need a file src/Makefile.win .

And very likely you should rather study the manual to resolve what issue you think 'requires' a Makefile: those who want to use R on other platforms (e.g. Solaris and AIX) are unlikely to thank you for taking that route.

On 19/12/2011 15:30, Jonathan Shore wrote:
> I've written a rather complex package that requires overriding the default compilation behavior for the C code component. In the src dir I have a Makefile that is used correctly on OSX and Linux builds of the package, but completely ignored on windows.
>
> R CMD INSTALL<package>
>
> on windows runs Makeconf instead of running make on my Makefile. If run make in the src directory manually on windows, the shared library compiles.
>
> How can I get the INSTALL command to look for the Makefile? I am building on R 2.14.0 on a win 7 vm.
>
> Thanks
> Jonathan
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