I think I may actually have figured this out.

The Matrix package is being updated to version 1.7.0 soon, with expected ABI breakage. This version is **already installed on win-builder/r-devel**, so the Matrix/TMB/glmmTMB binary stack fails (digging into the logs a bit deeper showed that the *first* instance of a call to glmmTMB in any example/test/prior was failing ...)

I think the only way to solve this is to bump/re-install the version of TMB that lives on win-builder.

For the record, this will probably bite any package that depends on Matrix ABI ...

On 2024-03-17 4:42 p.m., Ivan Krylov wrote:

This may need the help of Uwe Ligges to diagnose. I suspect this may be
related to the Windows machine having too much memory committed (as Uwe
has been able to pinpoint recently [*] about a package that failed to
compile some heavily templated C++), but there is not enough information
to give a conclusive diagnosis.

On Sun, 17 Mar 2024 14:01:33 -0400
Ben Bolker <bbol...@gmail.com> wrote:

2. an ERROR running tests, where the output ends with a cryptic

    Anova: ..

(please try to refrain from snarky comments about not using testthat

Pardon my ignorance, but is it an option to upload a version of the
package that uses test_check(pkg, reporter=LocationReporter()) instead
of the summary reporter?

  I don't know, could be worth a try.

   Ben Bolker

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