[Rd] Problem with WARNING...headers with CRLF line endings

Hervé Pagès hpages at fhcrc.org
Wed Sep 15 23:53:49 CEST 2010

On 09/15/2010 01:51 PM, Dirk Eddelbuettel wrote:
> On 15 September 2010 at 22:39, cstrato wrote:
> | Dear Duncan, dear Herve,
> |
> | Thank you both for your help and suggestions. I think that you are both
> | right:
> |
> | In principle I do not want to put these files in the source tarball (and
> | I did not in the past), however because of the way R CMD check works
> | this seems to be the only possibility to get rid of the warning message.
> |
> | I agree that it is weird to get this warning message although these
> | files are not in the source tarball.
> |
> | Since I have a Makefile, as Herve mentions, I can try to remove these
> If you have a Makefile, then you have implicit rules as well as explicit
> ones.  That is how the file gets created.
> Now modify the rules and insert another layer which will do the filtering. As
> the saying goes:  "there is no problem that cannot be solved by adding
> another layer of indirection".  Instead of requiring the generated file,
> require the generated and filtered file.
> | files in the clean step, which currently is:
> |
> | clean:
> | 	rm -f $(MYOBJ) *.a *.d *.rc
> |
> | I will try to change this part but I am not sure if this will solve the
> | problem.
> I fear that the clean step runs too late.

But shouldn't 'R CMD check' run the clean step (if it runs it at all)
right after the 'R CMD INSTALL' step?


Hervé Pagès

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