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Re: [igraph] building R package from development branch igraph--main--0.
Re: [igraph] building R package from development branch igraph--main--0.4
Thu, 19 Apr 2007 13:23:20 +0200
Hmmm, some misunderstanding here i think. There is an R interface to the
walktrap community structure algorithm, written by hand. So i think
Vincent just wants to create an R package from the development source tree.
Am i right, Vincent? If yes, this is what to do in the main directory.
and then you should have a file called igraph_0.4.tar.gz, which is the
R source package. You can install it via
R CMD INSTALL igraph_0.4.tar.gz
or if i remember well you use windows, so you can run
Rcmd build --binary igraph
in the interfaces/R directory. This creates an R binary package.
Is that what you want?
There are a lot of requirements though for this to work: autoconf,
automake, libtool, the R development tools, etc. Personally i build
the source package on Linux and then copy it to a windows machine
to make a binary from it.
I've uploaded an up-to-date source package to
ps. make sure you use the repository at cneurocvs.rmki.kfki.hu and
not the one at savannah, as i update that only once a month or so.
On Thu, Apr 19, 2007 at 10:00:14AM +0200, Tamas Nepusz wrote:
> Hi Vincent,
> >Is there a script that transforms the igraph C sources into an R package
> >which can then be Rcmd INSTALL'ed ?
> AFAIK not, however, Gabor is (or was?) working on an interface
> generator script a short period of time before. However, the
> development version checked out from tla also contains the sources for
> the R package - it's in the interfaces/R subdirectory.
> igraph-help mailing list
Csardi Gabor <address@hidden> MTA RMKI, ELTE TTK