This procedure generates the following massage: How can I specify a dependent package to be installed. Every time I try to install the packages install. The problem only take place when I try to install the xls-packages. Depending packages could already be installed on the user machine before the user tries to install your package. The –no-multiarch option in particular is only relevant when installing from source on Windows or Mac. Sign up using Email and Password.
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Installing and Loading xlsx package in R with Ubuntu
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Asked 4 years, 5 months ago. This procedure generates the following massage: User Sign up Log in. Xlsdjars up or log in Sign up using Google. Email Required, but never shown. The problem only take place when I try to install the xls-packages. Stack Overflow for Teams xlsjxars a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information.
Improving the question-asking experience. How can I make it be automatically installed this way but as a dependency for another package? My package requires “xlsx” package to export data as excel files. Even with java runtime environment installed, R returns an error during the installation of “xlsx” package.
So all you can and should do is assume that depending packages are already installed and working properly on the user’s machine. I googled it and found “install. Have you tried downloading the package and installing from source? It’s good that you found a workaround that fixes the problem for you but that doesn’t really address the issue.
dragua/xlsxjars: Package required POI jars for the xlsx package version from GitHub
Xlzxjars that these options are only relevant when installing from source. However most people and the Bioconductor build system install the CRAN binary packages on these platforms. Doesn’t sound like a good idea to me. How they got installed is not your business as far as development of your own package is concerned.
xlsxjars : Package required POI jars for the xlsx package
You can’t control how depending packages get installed. Otherwise, installation of “xlsx” will end with an error. I hope there is anyone out there who had already installed the aforesaid packages in R Version 3.