Re: Why aren't R packages noarch?

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On Tue, Mar 06, 2007 at 10:57:03AM -0700, Orion Poplawski wrote:
> Other that installing in /usr/lib/R on i386 and /usr/lib64/R on x86_64, 
> there appears to be no difference between an R package on the two 
> architectures.  It seems to me that they should be made noarch and put 
> into /usr/share/R instead.
> Comments?  Note that I am completely new to R....

Some R packages are truely arch; But noarch packages should indeed be in
/usr/share  (like perl and python noarch packages), but maybe this
means changing R too much?

I am also very new to R.


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