Re: [R] strange error in mtrace

From: Francisco J. Zagmutt <gerifalte28_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Wed 18 Oct 2006 - 05:48:08 GMT


I vaguely remember seeing a bug report for the debug library a few days ago but I can't find the thread. I think it was a compatibility issue with 2.4.0 but the mantainer was already working on it. Maybe somebody else can provide a link to the specific posting?

I am sorry I can't be of more assistance.

Best regards,

Francisco

Dr. Francisco J. Zagmutt
College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Colorado State University

>From: Vladimir Eremeev <wl@eimb.ru>
>Reply-To: Vladimir Eremeev <wl@eimb.ru>
>To: r-help@stat.math.ethz.ch
>Subject: [R] strange error in mtrace
>Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2006 18:33:45 -0800
>
>Dear useRs,
>
>I am experiencing very strange error with Mark Bravington's package
>"debug".
>I haven't seen them before.
>
>Here is the sample session
>
> > library(debug)
>Loading required package: mvbutils
>MVBUTILS: no "tasks" vector found in ROOT
>Loading required package: tcltk
>Loading Tcl/Tk interface ... done
> > x<-function() return(1)
> > mtrace(x)
> > x()
>Error in attr(value, "row.names") <- rlabs :
> row names must be 'character' or 'integer', not 'double'
> > mtrace(x,FALSE)
> > x()
>[1] 1
> > mtrace(x)
> > x()
>Error in attr(value, "row.names") <- rlabs :
> row names must be 'character' or 'integer', not 'double'
> >
>
>This happened with any function, which I tried to debug.
>
>I use R 2.4.0 on Linux and on Windows.
>
>debug version is 1.1.0,
>mvbutils version is 1.1.1
>
>on both systems.
>
>Linux R was compiled from sources.
>
>The packages were installed from the Internet repositories using
>install.packages
>function on both systems.
>
>update.packages only asks for repository for current session, and does
>nothing, which means, that everything is of the latest version.
>
>What could be wrong?
>
>---
>Best regards,
>Vladimir mailto:wl@eimb.ru
>
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