Re: [R] RCMD check error windows

From: Patrick Giraudoux <patrick.giraudoux_at_univ-fcomte.fr>
Date: Sun 24 Apr 2005 - 01:48:56 EST

>
>
> Ah! See R-2.1.0's version of the manual "R Installation and
> Administration", Sections "Installing R under Windows" and in
> particular Appendix E "The Windows toolset".
>
> Uwe Ligges

OK. Got it... When I started packaging home made functions one year ago, I did not use compiled code, and just install the command line tools and perl, and not the following utilities (MinGW compiler, etc...).

Ashes on my head again... and warm thanks to Uwe!

Patrick

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Uwe Ligges a écrit :

> Patrick Giraudoux wrote:
>
>> Dear Uwe,
>>
>>> Is this a full installation of R (I guess you have not compiled it
>>> yourself)? If yes, does gcc, perl and friends work?
>>> In the first place, libR.a must be compiled at this point which
>>> should happen automatically.
>>> But it is really hard to say which of the tools fails exactly.
>>>
>>> Uwe Ligges
>>
>>
>>
>> I have just intalled R 2.1.0 pre-compiled from CRAN and I can confirm
>> this is a full installation. R works wonderfully well (as usual).
>> Perl at least work since I have built 'simple' packages since long
>> through it, without any problem. John Fox's scripts helped a lot at
>> the beginning and now I write the code RCMD... directly. However, I
>> don't now about gcc and I don't remember to have installed something
>> like this and even how it should be done... Is there a place where
>> I could find and check step-by-step the sequence of what must be
>> done for get and appropriate environment installation under Windows XP?
>>
>>
>>
>
>
> Ah! See R-2.1.0's version of the manual "R Installation and
> Administration", Sections "Installing R under Windows" and in
> particular Appendix E "The Windows toolset".
>
> Uwe Ligges
>



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