I don't know if you can find out which rtkore version was installed, but your package should work with any rtkore version if you haven't declared a dependency on a particular version. So the simplest thing is just to declare that you depend on "rtkore (>= x.y.z)" where x.y.z has the recent fix.

Duncan Murdoch

On 12/01/2024 1:09 p.m., Serge wrote:
I'm the mainteneur of the package MixAll.

This package has a dependency to the package rtkore (whom I'm the mainteneur 
I updated the package rtkore one month ago, fixing a compilation problem on 
windows devel platform.

MixAll has a dependency to rtkore. Thus, I suspect that the error reported 
below is due to
the presence of the old version of rtkore on the pretest infrastructure of the 

My question: is-it possible to know what is the version of rtkore installed on 
this pretest platform ?
(and the https://win-builder.r-project.org/ site too, as I get the same error 
on this site).
Il would certainly save me many tries, my suspicion should be true.


Dear maintainer,
package MixAll_1.5.4.tar.gz does not pass the incoming checks automatically, please see the following pre-tests:
Status: 1 ERROR
Status: 1 NOTE

Last released version's CRAN status: OK: 1, NOTE: 8, WARNING: 2, ERROR: 1
See: <https://CRAN.R-project.org/web/checks/check_results_MixAll.html>

CRAN Web: <https://cran.r-project.org/package=MixAll>

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