[Rd] Namespace File

Fabio Mathias Corrêa fabio.ufla at yahoo.com.br
Wed Dec 15 21:34:50 CET 2010

See the complete log

fmc at raquel-laptop ~ $ R CMD check Bayesthres
* using log directory ‘/home/fmc/Bayesthres.Rcheck’
* using R version 2.12.0 (2010-10-15)
* using platform: i486-pc-linux-gnu (32-bit)
* using session charset: UTF-8
* checking for file ‘Bayesthres/DESCRIPTION’ ... OK
* this is package ‘Bayesthres’ version ‘0.1-0’
* checking package dependencies ... OK
* checking if this is a source package ... WARNING
Subdirectory ‘Bayesthres/src’ contains object files.
* checking for executable files ... OK
* checking whether package ‘Bayesthres’ can be installed ... ERROR
Installation failed.
See ‘/home/fmc/Bayesthres.Rcheck/00install.out’ for details.

File 00install.out

Error in dyn.load("Bayesthres.so") : 
  unable to load shared object '/home/fmc/Bayesthres/Bayesthres.so':
  /home/fmc/Bayesthres/Bayesthres.so: cannot open shared object file: No such 
file or directory
ERROR: lazy loading failed for package ‘Bayesthres’
* removing ‘/home/fmc/Bayesthres.Rcheck/Bayesthres’

Best wishes

              Fábio Mathias Corrêa
         Departamento de Estatística
   Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz

----- Mensagem original ----
De: Simon Urbanek <simon.urbanek at r-project.org>
Para: Fabio Mathias Corrêa <fabio.ufla at yahoo.com.br>
Cc: R-devel <r-devel at r-project.org>
Enviadas: Quarta-feira, 15 de Dezembro de 2010 17:10:21
Assunto: Re: [Rd] Namespace File

On Dec 15, 2010, at 1:56 PM, Fabio Mathias Corrêa wrote:

> Dear,
> I am using Ubuntu linux and R2.12.0
> The trial version is in my home.
> \home\Bayesthres~$
> To perform the R CMD check
> \home~$ R CMD check Bayesthres

That is in general not a good idea, especially if you ever run things inside by 
hand for testing (because that will pollute the build). Make sure you clean your 
tree and use R CMD build followed by R CMD check on the resulting tar ball. Does 
the issue persist?

> Within the directory Bayesthres, have:
> Directories: inst, man, R and src

What is in inst? Make sure you have no binaries there.


> ... but that's an entirely wrong place - I suspect you have some real issues in 
> the way your package is constructed. Are you sure you have the correct layout 
> and are using the *packaged* sources and not your working tree? (You didn't 
> us anything about the package so there are many things that may be wrong - also 
> you omitted the most basic details such as R version and platform...)
> Cheers,
> Simon
>              Fábio Mathias Corrêa
>         Departamento de Estatística
>   Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz

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