The proj4 dependency failed to install:
4924#> configure: error: libproj and/or proj.h/proj_api.h not found in standard search locations. 4925#> *** Install PROJ library and if necessary set PKG_CPPFLAGS/PKG_LIBS accordingly. 4926#> ERROR: configuration failed for package ‘proj4’ 4927#> * removing ‘/home/docker/R/proj4’
Even though libproj-dev is installed. You can try to install proj4 in the
rhub/ubuntu-gcc-release container, to see why this fails.
rhub::list_my_checks()), then you can go to
https://artifacts.r-hub.io/<id>to see the artifacts. E.g. https://artifacts.r-hub.io/pak_0.1.2.9001.tar.gz-d05e09824dc940119ecef9704ed82810 (this is not an actual id, but they have this form).
list_my_checks()to get the artifacts URL. E.g.:
❯ chk <- rhub::get_check("badcafe") ❯ chk$urls()$artifacts  "https://artifacts.r-hub.io/pkgdepends_0.1.1.9000.tar.gz-badcafe........"
Hi, I'm running
check_for_cran on a package of mine and on Fedora Linux distributions (one of which is a default platform for
check_for_cran) I'm getting: configure: error: GNU MP not found, or not 4.1.4 or up, see http://gmplib.org when trying to install
gmp, a dependency. I had this dependency in a previous version of the package, which I believe I also checked using
check_for_cran (or something similar within
rhub) without issue.
I’m not exactly sure what to do here, as the fix would be on the Linux environment side it seems. I imagine I could find some Linux distribution on which this passes, but that seems unsatisfying and CRAN will still probably pick up on it when I submit. I’d greatly appreciate any recommendations.
gmp. When I run
rhub::check_for_cran()within the package, I get a PREPERROR from the test on the
fedora-clang-develplatform. The check log and full description of the error can be found at: https://builder.r-hub.io/status/testProj_0.0.0.9000.tar.gz-5cc68ccedb7e4268ac4803a596edff93 under the Installing Package Dependencies heading. Apologies if that's not what you were looking for.
Error : Bioconductor does not yet build and check packages for R version 4.2; see https://bioconductor.org/install.
I am trying to submit a package to CRAN. It passes all system's tests/checks (as far as I tested), for example,
However, it returns PREPERROR on Ubuntu Linux 20.04.1 LTS, R-devel, GCC (ubuntu-gcc-devel). The error message is:
Error: No such container: CausalGPS_0.2.5.9000.tar.gz-cc24a1be31644c2a888e959ece4d3211-1.
Does anyone have any thoughts about this? And Based on your experience, is it safe to submit it to CRAN?
I am getting the error.
Error in curl::curl_fetch_memory(url, handle = handle) :
SSL certificate problem: certificate has expired
Odd thing is, I did have this working whenI submitted a package to r-hub a few days ago.
john@statsresearch, which I used for the package, is now a validated email address on
github, it was not at the time.
/etc/ssl/cert.pem(make a backup copy first), and remove the cert that expired on
Sep 30 14:01:15 2021 GMT. Its entry starts with
## Digital Signature Trust Co., until the end of the cert, the first
you can test it with something like
curl -v https://builder.r-hub.io >/dev/null
from a shell. This should fail before, and not fail after your edit.
Im trying to publish a package to CRAN and it failed with Error that the installation of package is not successful on Solaris OS.
I tried R-Hub later to test and i got the run result after 12Hrs, and the installation has no issues.
Is there a difference on the Solaris Installation wrt CRAN and R-Hub?