Thanks a lot for the really quick update. I installed the package from source
and now works perfectly, builds and can be use in R with other packages, like
I configured java without invoking root privileges.
I know that the Homebrew users are more or less in our own, but I think there
is nothing wrong in ask since probably the problem isn’t cause by the Homebrew
install. Finally, Homebrew is just a way to install R from source.
Anyhow, thanks a lot for your help!
> On 4 Apr 2018, at 16:51, Simon Urbanek <simon.urba...@r-project.org> wrote:
> first, you seem to be using Homebrew R so you're pretty much on your own
> (=ask the Homebrew maintainer) since we don't support that. (In official R
> you do NOT want to use sudo as Jeff pointed out)
> That said, you can try the latest rJava 0.9-10 version (see
> http://rforge.net/rJava ) which is trying to work around the issue of Java 10
> lacking javah and provide feedback.
> There are more macOS changes in the making to work around other Oracle issues
> so once the full batch is through I'd expect a CRAN release.
>> On Mar 28, 2018, at 7:10 AM, Prof Brian Ripley <rip...@stats.ox.ac.uk> wrote:
>> On 27/03/2018 20:25, Luis Puerto wrote:
>>> rJava is not yet compatible with Java 10
>> Is the correct answer. How to work around this is in the current manual,
>> specifically R-admin for R 3.5.0 alpha or R-devel.
>> Java 10 has been out for 8 days, and the rJava maintainer was made aware of
>> the issues early this month, several other package maintainers only today.
>> The advice is to stick to an LTS release of Java (currently 8) unless you
>> know what you are doing.
>> And don't post to multiple lists!
>> Brian D. Ripley, rip...@stats.ox.ac.uk
>> Emeritus Professor of Applied Statistics, University of Oxford
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