[BioC] Rgraphviz on CRAN ??
Soren.Hojsgaard at agrsci.dk
Sat Jul 5 19:19:22 CEST 2008
If Rgraphviz can not be on CRAN for all standard platforms then I would say that dual hosting makes only little sense.
But - it is a pitty that the Windows binary does not pass the checks (on windows) because if Rgraphviz was on CRAN then things would be easier (in terms of building packages which depend on that package).
Fra: Kurt Hornik [mailto:Kurt.Hornik at wu-wien.ac.at]
Sendt: lø 05-07-2008 19:03
Til: Robert Gentleman
Cc: Søren Højsgaard; bioconductor at stat.math.ethz.ch; Kurt Hornik
Emne: Re: [BioC] Rgraphviz on CRAN ??
>>>>> Robert Gentleman writes:
> It is there for me, perhaps the mirror you are using is not up to
> date? http://cran.fhcrc.org/web/packages/Rgraphviz/index.html
> I have cc'd Kurt, as I believe he has a mechanism to pull it across.
> Uwe seems not to be building windows binaries, and the path is
> somewhat tortuous, but perhaps Kurt can be convinced to take ours.
> And even so, there is no real difference between the CRAN and the
> Bioconductor repositories, so I don't know why you would want not to
> rely on it (unless you really don't want to use it - then you should
> not use it), or even why you want it dual hosted.
Seems Soren is looking for a Windows binary, which indeed is not there
(see http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/Rgraphviz/index.html), with
is also hosted on BioC and does not pass the checks on CRAN.
Please see its BioC version.
To simplify matters, should we stop dual hosting?
> Søren Højsgaard wrote:
>> Dear list,
>> About 3-4 months ago, Rgraphviz appeared on CRAN but it is not there any longer. Does anyone know if it will appear on CRAN again within a forseable future (or is it safer to modify packages so that they do not require Rgraphviz)?
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