XQuartz and xorg-server
lists at pbw.id.au
Thu Jan 21 09:59:42 UTC 2021
Looking at the autoconf m4 files from /opt/local/share/autoconf/autoconf, I find two with lists of X11. autoconf.m4f, a generated file, and libs.m4, from which I assume autoconf.m4f was generated, have the following lists of X11 directories.
No /opt/local directories here. Is this a limitation that can be overriden in arguments to configure? I tried
autoconf -B /opt/local/include/X11 -B /opt/local/lib
but the configure comes out the same size, and when run tells me X11 not found.
Does the libs.m4 need to be tweaked?
> On 21 Jan 2021, at 9:32 am, Peter West <lists at pbw.id.au> wrote:
> I tried specifically building rgl from source. The source is available at https://cran.r-project.org/src/contrib/rgl_0.104.16.tar.gz.
> In R.app console, remove rgl package.
> > remove.packages(“rgl”)
> > install.packages(<path-to-source.tar.gz>, repos = NULL, type = “source”)
> It doesn’t find X, so it skips OpenGL; configure in the source needs tinkering.
> Peter West
> pbw at pbw.id.au
> “So the Son of Man is lord even of the Sabbath..”
>> On 19 Jan 2021, at 4:38 pm, Peter West <lists at pbw.id.au> wrote:
>> $ sudo port install xorg-server
>> $ sudo port install R
>> $ sudo port install R-app
>> Start MacPorts>R.app
>> In the R.app console
>> > install.packages(“rgl”)
>> This will involve a lot of compilation. The OpenMP problem seems to have been resolved by using the compiler /opt/local/bin/clang++-mp-9.0, and you will see plenty of this.
>> When that finishes, in the console
>> > library(rgl)
>> I get
>> This build of rgl does not include OpenGL functions. Use
>> rglwidget() to display results, e.g. via options(rgl.printRglwidget = TRUE).
>> So I should get output that way, but I’m curious about the “native” way of doing it.
>> Peter West
>> pbw at pbw.id.au
>> “So the Son of Man is lord even of the Sabbath..”
>>> On 19 Jan 2021, at 12:58 pm, Ryan Schmidt <ryandesign at macports.org> wrote:
>>> On Jan 18, 2021, at 04:56, Peter West wrote:
>>>> I’ve removed XQuartz (again), and installed R and R-app from MacPorts. The R install warned me that
>>>> Clang compilers provided by Xcode do not support OpenMP. Some R packages using OpenMP may require additional
>>>> flags in the Makevar file (e.g. data.table) to build. Please consult package documentation.
>>>> I install.package’d data.table without whinging, then did the same for rgl. It built, but when I loaded the library, I was informed that
>>>> This build of rgl does not include OpenGL functions.
>>>> Looking around for mentions of OpenGL, I couldn’t se anything that looked like an OpenGL library.
>>> I don't know anything about R or rgl. I tried "port search rgl" and I'm not sure if any of those are what you're referring to.
>>> If you can provide an exact step-by-step list of commands to run to observe the problem, then I could try them on my system and see if I can figure out what needs to be changed.
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