Re: [R] [R-pkgs] Biodem 0.1/orphaning of MAlmig

From: Dirk Eddelbuettel <edd_at_debian.org>
Date: Mon 25 Apr 2005 - 03:55:49 EST

On 24 April 2005 at 15:14, Federico Calboli wrote: [...]
| Finally, Biodem has been build on a Debian Linux box and is therefore
| not yet available for Windows/OS X; Biodem was built with R 2.0.1
| because I am using Debian 'testing' and the new R 2.1.0 is not yet
| available for 'testing'. I will upload Biodem 0.2 as soon as I can build
| it with R 2.1.

Actually, most of the time the dependency structure between Debian unstable and testing is such that the packages from unstable can be installed "straight through" into testing. Look at the apt-get HOWTO for the details on pinning which allows you to selectively pull in some package via the comfort of apt-get.

Debian packages of R 2.1.0 do work on testing; my machines fetched the uploaded packages directly from my local build repository. Since then, however, unstable got a new libc and four Debian package of CRAN packages (Design, Hmisc, tseries and a Debian update to VR) to not yet fit onto testing for that reason.

Hope this helps, Dirk

-- 
Better to have an approximate answer to the right question than a precise 
answer to the wrong question.  --  John Tukey as quoted by John Chambers

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