Set the location of atlas path in mkrules.local to what you need, then edit
arc/extra/blas/makevars.win to read lopenblas_haswell-r0.2.20 instead of
the two libraries there in the atlas section. I think I described this in
my more recent instructions.
On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 8:18 AM Indrajit Sen Gupta <indraji...@gmail.com>
> In the file MkRules.local.in, I see the line: USE_ATLAS = NO which I
> believe needs to be changed to YES. But how do I specify the BLAS file
> *and its location?
> On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 6:41 PM, Indrajit Sen Gupta <indraji...@gmail.com>
>> I was able to compile the R from the github by running build-r-devel.bat!
>> Now need to see how to compile it with BLAS.
>> On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 5:45 PM, Jeroen Ooms <jeroeno...@gmail.com>
>>> On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 12:22 PM, Indrajit Sen Gupta
>>> <indraji...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> > Hi Avraham,
>>> > I tried with the patched version. The same error message.
>>> > gcc -std=gnu99 -m64 -shared -s -mwindows -o R.dll R.def console.o
>>> > editor.o embeddedR.o extra.o malloc.o opt.o pager.o preferences.o
>>> > rhome.o rt_complete.o rui.o run.o shext.o sys-win32.o system.o
>>> > dllversion.o ../main/libmain.a ../appl/libappl.a ../nmath/libnmath.a
>>> > getline/gl.a ../extra/xdr/libxdr.a ../extra/intl/libintl.a
>>> > ../extra/trio/libtrio.a ../extra/tzone/libtz.a ../extra/tre/libtre.a
>>> > -fopenmp -L. -lgfortran -lquadmath -lRblas -L../../lib -lRgraphapp
>>> > -lcomctl32 -lversion -L"D:/R64/extsoft"/lib/x64 -lpcre -lz -lbz2 -llzma
>>> > -L"D:/home/ICU"/lib/x64 -lsicuin -lsicuuc -lsicudt -lstdc++
>>> > cannot find -lRgraphapp
>>> > collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status
>>> > make: *** [R.dll] Error 1
>>> > make: *** [../../bin/x64/R.dll] Error 2
>>> > make: *** [rbuild] Error 2
>>> > make: *** [all] Error 2
>>> > make: *** [distribution] Error 2
>>> > Would it be possible for you to share your MkRules.local and
>>> > files?
>>> Hi Indrajit
>>> As somebody above already mentioned, the full build script as well as
>>> MkRules.local that we use for the CRAN releases of R for windows are
>>> available from https://github.com/rwinlib/base
>>> As is explained in the repository readme, if you have the required
>>> dependencies (rtools, miktex innosetup, strawberry perl) all you need
>>> to do is run the build-r-devel.bat script from the root of the
>>> Once you got this to work, you can adapt it to your needs.
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