R-Forge is where the code lives. If you want to use bleeding-edge code,
you should probably sort out how to check it out and build the package
from source, rather than relying on R-Forge's notoriously finicky build
servers. I recommend the R-Forge user's manual and 'Writing R
Extensions' for pointers.
On Sat, Apr 28, 2012 at 4:41 AM, jpman <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Hi Joshua,
> I clicked into your R-forge link, but the Build Status is "Failed to
> Build". Do you know if there is another place I can download the package?
"Failed to Build" means the R-forge build system couldn't build the
package. This does not preclude you from checking out the source code
and building the package yourself. R-forge != CRAN. If you're using
code that is still in development, you really should make yourself
familiar with the package building/checking process.
Joshua Ulrich | FOSS Trading: www.fosstrading.com
R/Finance 2012: Applied Finance with R