Re: [R] - making a Windows library from Unix source code

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From: Wolski (wolski@molgen.mpg.de)
Date: Fri 28 May 2004 - 22:07:20 EST


Message-id: <200405281407200386.066CC225@mail.math.fu-berlin.de>

Hi!
Normally you are building R packages using
cd c:\Program Files\R\rw1081\src
R CMD build fatigue

Sincerely.

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On 5/11/2004 at 6:32 PM Livingstone, Paul wrote:

>Hi All,
>
>I'm using R1.8.1 on Windows XP.
>
>I'm having trouble producing an R library from source code. A colleague
>has written the source code, in Unix. I've copied the source code across
>to Windows (with the help files, data files, description and index) and am
>trying to compile it into a library.
>
>I've "sourced" each of the *.r files and they appear to work.
>
>I've very carefully followed the instructions in the "R for Windows FAQ"
>and "readme.packages". I've downloaded and installed Perl, R tools,
>copied across the text to
>
>C:\Program Files\R\rw1081\src\library\fatigue
>
>(note: the package is called "fatigue") then I type at the DOS prompt
>
>cd "c:\Program Files\R\rw1081\src\gnuwin32"
>make pkg-fatigue
>
>and get the error message(s)
>
>make[1]: *** [zzzfirst] Error 255
>make: *** [pkg-fatigue] Error 2
>
>How do I look up what Error 255 means?
>Or can you tell me what Error 255 means and how I might fix it?
>Any other hints or ideas on how to use "make" or compile code that appears
>to work?
>
>
>thanks,
>Paul.
>
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