Re: [Rd] R 2.5.0 MAC OS X version

From: Roy Mendelssohn <>
Date: Wed, 30 May 2007 07:12:19 -0700

Hi Recal:

To save you from some possible flames, it would probably help if you describe what the problems are, with specific examples and some of the relevant error messages. It would be difficult to for someone to know if they are seeing similar problems without knowing what the problems are.

I believe such information is in the posting guides, which do contain good information on how to frame a question to the mail list that will elicit useful responses.


On May 30, 2007, at 7:08 AM, Recai Yucel wrote:

> Please accept my apologies if this was addressed before, I could not
> find any solution so I am posting my question here.
> I am having a lot of difficulties with installing and developing R
> packages with the latest version of R 2.5.0. I am using a MacBook
> Pro. I
> never had these problems with the previous versions of R. I think part
> of the problem is caused by the GNU Fortran 4.2.0 or my lack of
> knowledge...
> If anybody else had similar problems and found the solution, please
> let
> me know.
> Best.
> --
> Recai Yucel, Ph.D.
> Assistant Professor of Biostatistics
> Biostatistics and Epidemiology
> UMASS-Amherst
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