[R] Darwin R 1.5.1 ?

Fernando Pineda fernando.pineda at jhu.edu
Tue Jun 18 19:17:27 CEST 2002

Any chance of getting a Darwin version of R? This would be very 
useful for those of us trying to use R as a back-end for web apps.


-- Fernando

>I have built and uploaded to CRAN the Carbon version of R for MacOS/MacOSX.
>You'll find the base set (rm151.sit) and the recommended packages 
>(recommended.sit) separately or all in one single file 
>(rm151_FULL.sit) on CRAN and their mirrors soon.
>I have also built the Bioconductor suite of packages (corresponding 
>to the Bioconductor_1.0.tgz file) as it seems to be one of the most 
>appealing packages for Mac users.
>You'll find it in the macos/contrib/rm151  folder on CRAN.
>Other packages will follow.
>This version of R contains a fully working methods library.
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Fernando J. Pineda     		Johns Hopkins University
Assoc. Professor                 	Bloomberg School of Public Health
Molecular Microbiology & Immunology	615 N. Wolfe St.	 
fernando.pineda at jhu.edu			Baltimore, MD 21205
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