[Rd] [R] Problems when trying to install and load package "rzmq"
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Tue Jan 3 15:36:07 CET 2017
However, the ZeroMQ libraries do exist for Windows, so it might be possible to get the package working there. However, CRAN probably won't have the libraries, so cannot produce a binary package, and it is also quite possible that the package author is not a Windows person.
At the very least, you'll need some familiarity with the Windows toolchain and be prepared to apply a fair amount of elbow grease.
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On 29 Dec 2016, at 22:04 , Paul Bernal <paulbernal07 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Jeff,
> Thank you for your fast and kind reply. When you say that you do not think
> this can be done on windows, then I would have to use something like Ubuntu
> or Linux?
> Best regards
> 2016-12-29 16:00 GMT-05:00 Jeff Newmiller <jdnewmil at dcn.davis.ca.us>:
>> Read the system requirements . I don't think you can do this on windows.
>>  https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/rzmq/index.html
>> Sent from my phone. Please excuse my brevity.
>> On December 29, 2016 12:23:26 PM PST, Paul Bernal <paulbernal07 at gmail.com>
>>> After connecting to a mirror, I typed the following command:
>>> but I received the following message:
>>> ERROR: compilation failed for package 'rzmq'
>>> removing 'E:/Documents/R/win-library/3.3/rzmq'
>>> package which is only available in source form, and may need
>>> compilation of
>>> C/C++/Fortran: 'rzmq'
>>> These will not be installed
>>> The computer environment is Windows 8 64x bits
>>> Any help and/or guidance will be greatly appreciated
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