[Rd] Changes in R 1.2.0 devel?

Kurt Hornik Kurt.Hornik@ci.tuwien.ac.at
Thu, 7 Dec 2000 19:38:51 +0100

>>>>> A J Rossini writes:

> After installing nlme_3.1-7.tar.gz  under the latest R (1.2.0, via
> anonymous CVS), I'm unable to get it to work, i.e.:

> rossini 94 > /usr/local/bin/R

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>> library(nlme)
> Loading required package: nls 
> Error in dyn.load(x, as.logical(local), as.logical(now)) : 
>         unable to load shared library "/usr/local/lib/R/library/nlme/libs/nlme.so":
>   undefined symbol: dqrdca_
> Error in library(nlme) : .First.lib failed

> Thoughts?  Changes I should look for?  Or is it just broken?  I don't
> see this on my local copy of R 1.1.1 (and I "reinstalled" nlme on both
> copies to verify corruption of my local copy of the archive), but...

R 1.2.0 will need a new version of nlme which should be made available

I assume you did not reinstall the version under 1.2.0?  :-)  Well this
would not even compile right now.  A quick fix I think is to copy files
S_compat.{c,h} from the 1.1.1 distribution to nlme/src, change
	#include <S_compat.h>
in S_compat.c to
	#include "S_compat.h"
and rebuild.

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