Re: [Fedora-r-devel-list] R package dependencies, translated into RPM land.
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On Friday 04 September 2009 Allen S. Rout wrote: > So: Here's my suggested procedure for building any single package, > gangked from a message I sent to R-core: > > > 1) Express binary package dependencies according to Depends and Imports. > I'll call this the 'narrow dependency graph'. > > 2) As part of the binary package build process, run CHECK > with R_CHECK_FORCE_SUGGESTS = false. > > I'll pull nomenclature out of my ear and call these "built" but not > "checked". > > 3) Build all binary packages which are downstream according to all of > Depends, Imports, Suggests, and Extends. I'll call this the 'broad > dependency graph'. > > 4) Install all the packages in the broad dependency graph. > > 5) for each package in the broad graph, run CHECK with > R_CHECK_FORCE_SUGGESTS=true. > > Then the affected packages are "checked". Perhaps this can be noted > with a signature. > > > .... Whew! > > > > - Allen S. Rout > > >  http://cran.r-project.org/doc/manuals/R-exts.html#The-DESCRIPTION-file > >  > http://cran.r-project.org/doc/manuals/R-exts.html#Customizing-checking-and > -building Nice work, BTW, in case I have not said this before. It would be interesting to have this analysis in a wiki so it is not lost. What do others think? -- José Abílio _______________________________________________ Fedora-r-devel-list mailing list Fedora-r-devel-list@xxxxxxxxxx http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-r-devel-list
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