Re: [R-pkg-devel] help diagnosing win-builder failures

2024-03-18 Thread Uwe Ligges



On 18.03.2024 02:07, Ben Bolker wrote:

   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 ...


This is only in the on demand check queue (not the daily CRAN repository 
checks nor the incoming checks) due to a recently checked Matrix in that 
queue (that would be auto-removed soon, but I'll trigger this manually now).


Best,
Uwe Ligges




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

Hi,

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  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.







   cheers
    Ben Bolker

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Re: [R-pkg-devel] help diagnosing win-builder failures

2024-03-17 Thread Ben Bolker

  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:

Hi,

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  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.







  cheers
   Ben Bolker

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Re: [R-pkg-devel] help diagnosing win-builder failures

2024-03-17 Thread Ivan Krylov via R-package-devel
Hi,

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  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?

-- 
Best regards,
Ivan

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