Re: [R] write R extenesion issue

From: jiesheng zhang <jiesheng_at_bioteam.net>
Date: Sun 16 Oct 2005 - 21:56:15 EST

Hi, duncan
I remove the built and packaged line from DESCRIPTION and install from source. It worked right now

Thanks
-jason

Duncan Murdoch wrote:
> jiesheng zhang wrote:
>> I found my attachment was discarded.
>> My R package structure lis listed here
>> -----------------------------
>> btRRTest
>> DESCRIPTION
>> Package: btRRTest
>> Version: 0.0.1
>> Date: 2005-10-15
>> Title: a test remote R exeuction
>> Author: jiesheng@bioteam.net
>> Maintainer: jason zhang<jiesheng@bioteam.net>
>> Depends: R (>= 1.8.0)
>> Description: the remote execution of R call
>> License: GPL version 2
>> URL: http://www.bioteam.net
>> Built: R 2.1.1; i686-pc-linux-gnu; 2005-09-20 00:07:19; unix
>> Packaged: Sat Oct 15 23:42:11 2005; root
>
> Is this from your source directory? You shouldn't have the Built and
> Packaged lines in your source.
>
> If this is from the directory where it was installed, never mind, unless
> those two directories are the same: in which case the advice is "don't
> do that". Keep your installed copies separate from the source.
>
> The error message you saw
>
>> Error in library("btRRTest") : 'btRRTest' is not a valid package --
>> installed < 2.0.0?
>
> indicates that the "Meta/package.rds" file is missing from your
> installed package subdirectory, but it's hard to guess why.
>
> Duncan Murdoch
>



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