[BioC] Library AnnBuilder problem

John Zhang jzhang at jimmy.harvard.edu
Mon Sep 8 11:57:10 MEST 2003

Could you tell us:

1. what version of AnnBuilder you installed (devel, release, version #)?
2. what version of R you have on your machine?
3. how you installed AnnBuilder?


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>I am working to install and use AnnBuilder (as part of bioconductor) on
>MacOS 10.  I can successfully install it (exit status zero, etc.).
>However, I notice a line while installing that says:
>missing text for \item in \describe
>Then, when I try to load the library, I get:
>> library(AnnBuilder)
>Error in library(package, character.only = TRUE, logical = TRUE,
>warn.conflicts = warn.conflicts,  :
>        This is not a valid package -- no DESCRIPTION exists
>Error in library(AnnBuilder) : .First.lib failed
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Jianhua Zhang
Department of Biostatistics
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
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Boston, MA 02115-6084

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