[BioC] Help to submission
huber at ebi.ac.uk
Thu Nov 27 23:18:16 CET 2008
re the vignette build problem, there is a draft of a little tutorial
describing one possible solution, that addresses Vince's suggestion,
- I would also be interested in feedback / comments on this approach.
- For the record: at some point, the PDF might disappear from the above
URL and perhaps appear in R-news.
Wolfgang Huber, EMBL-EBI, http://www.ebi.ac.uk/huber
Vincent Carey ha scritto:
> it is true that you might just submit the pdf file, but i think the Rnw
> source should be available
> in a non-building form. you can accomplish this by setting eval=FALSE on
> chunks or by placing
> the vignette source in a folder where it will not be built. it should be
> possible for someone who
> wants to wait for the vignette to compile to do so on their own, with
> straightforward changes
> On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 5:02 PM, Richard Pearson <
> richard.pearson at postgrad.manchester.ac.uk> wrote:
>> You can get round the size problem by creating a separate data package (I
>> did this with puma/pumadata).
>> You can get round the vignette build problem by providing just the
>> generated pdf file, and not the Rnw file.
>> Best wishes
>> Droit Arnaud wrote:
>>> Hello All,
>>> I am going to create a package for the Bioconductor's submission.
>>> I have two problems to solve before submitting them :
>>> First, we have included the CEL and bpmap files in our package. But the
>>> size is more than 100 Mo.
>>> What is the best solution to reduce it? May be, I could make it available
>>> on another ftp server?
>>> Second, the time to run the R CMD check is more than 5 minutes.
>>> Most of this time is required to build a Sweave vignette. Can I disable
>>> the check command in the Rnw files?
>>> Thank you
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