Am 28.12.2012 15:50, schrieb Allin Cottrell:
On Fri, 28 Dec 2012, Pindar wrote:
> Am 27.12.2012 23:48, schrieb Allin Cottrell:
>> On Thu, 27 Dec 2012, Allin Cottrell wrote:
>>> On Thu, 27 Dec 2012, Pindar wrote:
>>>> in order to perform a cluster analysis I tried the R connection with
>>>> 'C:\Program Files\R\R-2.15.2\bin\i386\Rgui.exe'
>>>> 'C:\Program Files\R\R-2.15.2\bin\i386\R.dll'
>>>> gretl does send the data set, however when running
>>>> 'end foreign' gretl crashes with the message: "Fatal error:
>>>> the base package"!
>>> I just tried gretl + R-2.15.2 on Windows 7. It looks as if
>>> something relevant has changed in the R setup since version 2.14.
>> I can now confirm this (and from googling, we're not the only ones
>> who are having problems). (This is a Windows-specific problem.)
>> R version 2.15 breaks certain kinds of third party usage of the R
>> shared library. Apparently it's necessary to tell R where to find
>> its own bits and pieces at an earlier stage of the proceedings than
>> with R 2.14. I'll work on it. In the meantime the workaround is to
>> add the path to the directory containing Rlapack.dll into the PATH
>> environment variable. In a standard R installation this is likely to
>> be (for R 2.15.2):
>> C:\Program Files\R\R-2.15.2\bin\i386
> Hi Allin,
> I found the environment variables, but there is no 'R' entry at all.
No, there wouldn't be, unless you add it.
Anyway, I have made some changes in today's Windows snapshot,
tested with R 2.15.2 on Windows 7, and it's now working
without the need to add an R entry to PATH manually.
It's working now, thanks
Well, actually on my main PC the error 'no object' is still present, and
I have no idea why.
I gonna try the debug flag...
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