Re: [R] Library error when using R CMD check

From: Tuszynski, Jaroslaw W. <>
Date: Tue 04 Oct 2005 - 04:41:21 EST

Maybe you forgot to list the name of dependent package in 'Depends' section of 'DESCRIPTION' file. I think that would have effect you describe. See for details.


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Subject: [R] Library error when using R CMD check


I've got a library I'm trying to build, and am having an error on R CMD check...

The source is fine, and the script runs OK, but during the script test execution it downloads a library from an online repository, which goes fine and it says that installation was successful...

However, after it installs the library OK, it then cannot find it (despite it being installed properly in the R installation even before I ran R CMD check) is looking in the working directory's .Rcheck folder, and halts because it cannot find it there...

I'm not sure at all what I'm sup'd to do...?? Is there a way for me to tell R CMD check to only look for installed libraries in another place?

I'm sorry if this is vague, but I'm pretty thoroughly confused here...

This is Mac OS X 10.3...but I am trying to build a source library that will be cross-platform (there is only R code / no C code or anything fancy...sourcing my scripts from this library works on mac and win2k pro)...

Thanks in advance,
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