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    Gábor Csárdi
    @gaborcsardi
    No public status currently, sadly.
    Marcus
    @marcusyoung
    Not getting any response, is it down?
    Marcus
    @marcusyoung
    Or just a very long queue?
    Gábor Csárdi
    @gaborcsardi
    There is a queue, yeah. Anyway, there is never a reason to resubmit, if a package was already submitted, it will be done, eventually.
    Marcus
    @marcusyoung
    ok, been waiting 5 hours for Linux checks.
    Doug Friedman
    @doug-friedman
    Is the email validation down? I've never done this before so maybe I'm doing something wrong, but I'm not getting ab email with my token after a day or two.
    Gábor Csárdi
    @gaborcsardi
    No, it should be fine. Please try it again, and if you don't get an email within 10 minutes, send me your email address, to admin@r-hub.io. Thanks.
    R. Mark Sharp
    @rmsharp

    This is my first use of R-hub and I am wondering what if anything I can do about the follow results.

    I have an OK for Fedora Linux, R-devel, clang, gfortran, a Note on the USERDOMAIN WIN-BUILDER-3 about the license, and an Error on RHUB_PLATFORM=linux-x86_64-ubuntu-gcc -- 1: In i.p(...) :
    6186#> installation of package ‘openssl’ had non-zero exit status
    6187#> 2: In i.p(...) : installation of package ‘httr’ had non-zero exit status
    6188#> 3: In i.p(...) : installation of package ‘covr’ had non-zero exit status
    6189#> 4: In i.p(...) :
    6190#> installation of package ‘Rlabkey’ had non-zero exit status
    6191#> 5: In i.p(...) :
    6192#> installation of package ‘pkgdown’ had non-zero exit status
    6193#> 6: In i.p(...) :
    6194#> installation of package ‘/tmp/RtmpOpdAZC/file1313a7348e2/nprcmanager_0.5.31.tar.gz’ had non-zero exit status
    6195#> >

    Russ Hyde
    @russHyde
    Hi. In the process of prepping my first package for CRAN I've been using rhub in R (never used rhub before either). I'm getting a build failure on fedora-clang-devel (https://builder.r-hub.io/status/dupree_0.2.0.tar.gz-2a2ad3c22aa6408499d5a2fcb42c82d2); this seems to result from not being able to install xml2=1.2.2 (due to the absence of libxml2). My package built ok on a couple of other platforms and on appveyor/travis - so I'm wondering if there's anything I need to do to ensure xml2 can be installed on rhub's fedora platform
    yonicd
    @yonicd
    I am getting an error on the fedora OS in rhub::check_for_cran() that indicates that a tex class is missing standalone.cls (https://builder.r-hub.io/status/texPreview_1.4.2.tar.gz-8f384c90899541f296ad7034829a77d4). What is the appropriate way to reslove this issue? I do not seem to be getting this same error on CRAN checks (the failure there is more downstream after the tex is rendered) https://www.r-project.org/nosvn/R.check/r-devel-linux-x86_64-fedora-clang/texPreview-00check.html.
    Pascal J. Kieslich
    @PascalKieslich

    Hi there,

    this is my first time using R-hub. As the maintainer of the mousetrap package, I received an email today from CRAN about an error message that occurs when the package is checked with r-devel-linux-x86_64-debian-clang. To replicate the error, I ran the following code (in the local copy of my GitHub repository):

    check_results <- rhub::check_for_cran()

    However, the code always gets stuck at:

    • Preparing build, see status at

    I also tried using the web interface but it failed (https://builder.r-hub.io/status/mousetrap_3.1.3.tar.gz-beb8e6f6d385740880017a3c766d2067)

    Do you have any idea what went wrong and if I made a mistake?

    Thanks! Best, Pascal

    Gábor Csárdi
    @gaborcsardi
    @yonicd Do not build the man PDF or the vignettes. You can check these on the other platforms.
    @PascalKieslich You can run rhub::list_my_checks() to see if your check(s) are in progress or not.
    Then you can run rhub::get_check(<id>)$livelog() to get the live log.
    Pascal J. Kieslich
    @PascalKieslich
    Thanks! I just ran list_my_checks - it seems that there was a 1-1.5 hours delay between the submission timestamp and the started timestamp (which is quite recent). The status is in-progress for most platforms so I'll wait and see what happens.
    Gábor Csárdi
    @gaborcsardi
    Sometimes there is a queue
    yonicd
    @yonicd
    @gaborcsardi this error is not related to the man PDF. The package itself renders tex. (the checks are passing on all the other platforms except this one)
    2 replies
    Pascal J. Kieslich
    @PascalKieslich
    @gaborcsardi Thanks, it was due to the queue. I got the results in the meantime.
    Rainer M Krug
    @rkrug
    I am new to r-hub, and would like to include it into a makefile as well as use it from travis-ci. Are there examples for these two?
    Gábor Csárdi
    @gaborcsardi
    I am not sure what you mean by including it in a makefile, do you want to trigger an R-hub build every time you build the package locally? That does not sound like a good idea to me TBH. R-hub is typically used as a check before CRAN submission nowadays.
    Rainer M Krug
    @rkrug
    No - I want to have a build target rhub which I can trigger via make rhub to have standardised checks before submitting to CRAN, on multiple platforms.
    Gábor Csárdi
    @gaborcsardi
    Then you can call rhub::check(...) from the Makefile I guess.
    Ben
    @benubah
    @gaborcsardi please how could one get the data for this: https://www.r-bloggers.com/r-hub-usage-in-a-few-figures/
    Gábor Csárdi
    @gaborcsardi
    First we would need to decide if we wanted to make that data public.
    Ben
    @benubah
    Many thanks! @gaborcsardi
    Forest Fang
    @saurfang
    qq, how does rhub handle system dependencies? My package has a transitive dependency on units and the installation was not successful
    https://builder.r-hub.io/status/graphcoloring_0.1.0.tar.gz-713467a70c044624965268be39a6af15#L3937
    Configuration failed because libudunits2.so was not found. Try installing:
    * deb: libudunits2-dev (Debian, Ubuntu, ...)
    1 reply
    Jozef Hajnala
    @jozefhajnala_gitlab
    Hello, not sure if this is the right place to ask, but is there a way to check the current status of the build executors? For instance, I now have builds hanging for a very long time for fedora-clang-devel, but other platforms seem to be fine (more details for instance here https://gitlab.com/jozefhajnala/jhaddins/-/jobs/396859774)
    J. Sebastian Ruiz-Santacruz
    @elflacosebas

    Hello!! I have been developing a package for migration analysis, which I consider is in a late state. However, I am an amateur doing packages, and I have had a frequent error which has been my pain in the neck since long time ago. I searched on internet meetups groups and other kind of help and got this website. Believe me, I have been working on it but no hints!

    My package is already on Github, it works, I have made some CMD checks in order to get 0 errors 0 warnings and 0 messages. However, I get always the same error when I run it, which I consider is not a package matter, is more about a misunderstanding of a function.

    package address is: https://github.com/elflacosebas/migraR
    Check the example very well before you go to the stackoverflow tag: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59249678/eval-trouble-into-r-package

    Maëlle Salmon
    @maelle
    @elflacosebas this is a place to ask questions about R-hub, not R package development in general, sorry if the docs were unclear. Please refer to the links in https://docs.r-hub.io/#places-to-ask-questions (and if possible break down your problem to a reproducible example). :-)
    J. Sebastian Ruiz-Santacruz
    @elflacosebas
    @maelle Sorry about, already done in rOpenSci. Thanks.
    chrhennig
    @chrhennig
    Hello, I'm trying to check my fpc package. using rhub::check I have to wait ages (apparently a queue or something) and using rhub::local_check_linux("/home/christian_hennig/RAusw/libsrc/fpc_2.2-4.tar.gz", image = "rhub/debian-gcc-devel-nold") I get the following error:
    source('https://bioconductor.org/biocLite.R')
    Error: With R version 3.5 or greater, install Bioconductor packages using BiocManager; see https://bioconductor.org/install
    Execution halted
    Error in run(bash, c(file.path(wd, "rhub-linux.sh"), args), echo = TRUE, :
    System command error
    ...had been told earlier by Gabor Czardi that with debian-clang this is an rhub bug, bot it now also happens with "rhub/debian-gcc-devel-nold". Anything that can be done about this, or is rhub unusable for packages that require some stuff that requires some Bioconductor stuff? (I'm not even directly using it, one of the Depends packages brings it is.)
    Manuel López-Ibáñez
    @MLopez-Ibanez
    would it be possible to install GSL (GNU Scientific library) in the Windows and MacOS builders?
    #> checking for gsl-config... no
    #> configure: error: gsl-config not found, is GSL installed?
    #> ERROR: configuration failed for package ‘eaf’
    #> * removing ‘/Users/userBFG8H6lm/R/eaf’
    #> Warning message:
    #> In i.p(...) :
    #> installation of package ‘/Users/userBFG8H6lm/Rtemp/Rtmp7chVso/file1cc825ac16d8/eaf_1.9.tar.gz’ had non-zero exit status
    chrhennig
    @chrhennig
    Thanks; I have in the meantime found a way to work around it, however I'll come back to trying this out in the future.
    Jozef
    @jozefhajnala
    Hello, not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I seem to be getting errors both manually uploading online "ENOSPC: no space left on device, write " and from R: Error in query("SUBMIT PACKAGE", data = list(email = unbox(email), token = unbox(email_get_token(email)), : rhub error. Any chance to check "rhub's status" somewhere?
    Rainer M Krug
    @rkrug

    I am trying to check the package dmdScheme locally by using local_cha=eck_linux("."), but I get the following error:

    > chk <- local_check_linux(".")
    ─  Building package
    
    Container name: fcc97700-0b57-4985-9e6b-3e750c3349ef-2
    It will _not_ be removed after the check.
    
    R-hub Linux builder script v0.10.0 (c) R Consortium, 2018-2019
    
    Package: /var/folders/50/wcr5bjwn75q595n6x82gxj280000gq/T//RtmpvsL4dV/file4533679525f/dmdScheme_1.2.tar.gz
    Docker image: rhub/debian-gcc-devel
    Env vars: 
    R CMD check arguments: 
    Sysreqs platform: linux-x86_64-debian-gcc
    Error in contrib.url(repos, type) : 
      trying to use CRAN without setting a mirror
    Calls: cat ... sysreqs -> get_cran_deps -> <Anonymous> -> contrib.url
    Execution halted
    No system requirements
    
    >>>>>==================== Installing system requirements
    e041a03cdc0f7799ebdb1f95136f2b34fcec4c9d9af1902663edda9003e991d4
    
    >>>>>==================== Starting Docker container
    a91c0420fa4959904b511c198946202a0731e7ca4427ff74b18be117272c583a
    > source('https://bioconductor.org/biocLite.R')
    Error: With R version 3.5 or greater, install Bioconductor packages using BiocManager; see https://bioconductor.org/install
    Execution halted
    Error in run(bash, c(file.path(wd, "rhub-linux.sh"), args), echo = TRUE,  : 
      System command 'bash' failed, exit status: 1, stdout & stderr were printed
    Type .Last.error.trace to see where the error occured
    > .Last.error.trace
    
     Stack trace:
    
     1. rhub:::local_check_linux(".")
     2. withr:::with_dir(wd, run(bash, c(file.path(wd, "rhub-linux.sh"),  ...
     3. base:::force(code)
     4. processx:::run(bash, c(file.path(wd, "rhub-linux.sh"), args),  ...
     5. throw(new_process_error(res, call = sys.call(), echo = echo,  ...
    
     x System command 'bash' failed, exit status: 1, stdout & stderr were printed 
    
    >

    Any ideas what is going on? I am not aware, that I have bioconductor dependencies?

    Rainer M Krug
    @rkrug
    OK - working now after installing the GitHub version.
    David Hugh-Jones
    @hughjonesd
    I am having problems building on r-hub linux versions. It seems to be an issue with rhub rather than my package. Is there a place to check for server status updates? Or am I the only one getting this problem?
    Gábor Csárdi
    @gaborcsardi
    @hughjonesd what is the problem?
    Jonathan Keane
    @jonkeane

    Hello folks, first of all I want to thank the maintainers of r-hub, it's been super helpful for me and a great setup.

    Is there a preferred process for sending in PRs for updates or additions to sysreqsdb? I've been sending PRs (e.g. r-hub/sysreqsdb#81) to cut down on the number of issues/PRs/etc. people have to triage, but I wanted to make sure that was in-line with what the maintainers were hoping for.

    Gábor Csárdi
    @gaborcsardi
    Yes, please. Also feel free to nugde, if there is no reaction. We'll try to be better at merging them timely.
    Jonathan Keane
    @jonkeane
    Great and yes, I totally understand being busy and other things getting in the way of merging PRs.
    In the process of wanting to confirm that everything was working (and using the super nice local_check_linux(), I did discover that it would be possible with a bit of modification (https://github.com/r-hub/sysreqs/compare/master...jonkeane:url-config) to let one set the URL the sysreqs looks to and uses in that process. If this is a feature that is helpful to others, I'm happy to put together a PR for that as well.
    Jonathan Keane
    @jonkeane
    (and along side that document how I setup the test sysreqs app in heroku for that testing — it was surprisingly easy and works within their free tier for testing those configs)
    helenxu
    @helenxu
    @rkrug Hi Rainer, I got the same error when running local_check_linux(). Do you mind providing more details on how you solved it? Thank you!
    Hong Ooi
    @hongooi73
    I may be having the same problem as @hughjonesd : https://builder.r-hub.io/status/AzureRMR_2.3.5.tar.gz-9082aecb32544420994af580c99eb7ff hangs, similarly for other Linux checks
    wait, i see that some of my other checks have actually run successfully, they just took ~15 hours instead of the usual 30 minutes
    henry senyondo
    @henrykironde
    Hello folks, am trying to test an R package on windows. I was recommended this tool. the tool runs smooth locally but requires authentication. Anyone with a work flow running on travis or appveyor ?
    Greg Pilgrim
    @gpilgrim2670

    I'm getting periodic error messages like below when using check_on_linux() with https://builder.r-hub.io/status/SwimmeR_0.4.1.tar.gz-1d36d5c04d514d6aae2291102e3b3d11 Despite the error message directing me to check logs I haven't received any logs. These messages are accompanied by longer than expected (~4 hours and counting) processing times. Anyone seen something similar, have any thoughts?

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