You could go down this rabbit hole if you like, but I suspect it has something to do with maintaining compatibility with multiple operating systems and I doubt R Core will explore the consequences of this change for you. Windows, for example, allows long file names but has some nasty corners
Thanks Dirk, Yes, I've done the same, and I agree the rules are the rules. Rules should be updated when they're no longer helpful, or when their cost outweighs their benefit. I'm curious whether that might be the case here. Cheers, Steve On Thu, Apr 18, 2019 at 10:54 AM Dirk Eddelbuettel
On 18 April 2019 at 10:37, Steven Scott wrote: | My Boom package makes a C++ library available to package authors (mainly | me). The wrapped library is used outside of R and must comply with | external style rules such as UseLongDescriptiveNames, and files must be | named for the class they
My Boom package makes a C++ library available to package authors (mainly me). The wrapped library is used outside of R and must comply with external style rules such as UseLongDescriptiveNames, and files must be named for the class they contain. From time to time a LongDescriptiveFileName, when
On 18.04.19 07:53, Benjamin Christoffersen wrote: >> In short, you need to look more closely. > Is there a way to tell which BLAS and LAPACK is used on the Debian > machines on CRAN? I am sure CRAN machines use BLAS and LAPACK as shipped with R, i.e. not *any* variant of system BLAS/LAPACK.
Benjamin, did you try with rhub? Gábor makes a great effort there to keep it up to date with CRAN machines. And even if you still are not able to reproduce it with the current config, you could try to modify the docker file yourself. Iñaki On Thu, 18 Apr 2019 at 07:53, Benjamin Christoffersen