Last updated on 2023-12-11 12:52:22 CET.

Flavor | Version | T_{install} | T_{check} | T_{total} | Status | Flags |
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r-devel-linux-x86_64-debian-clang | 0.9.9 | 56.69 | 68.90 | 125.59 | WARN | |

r-devel-linux-x86_64-debian-gcc | 1.0.0 | 60.71 | 51.77 | 112.48 | OK | |

r-devel-linux-x86_64-fedora-clang | 1.0.0 | 181.83 | OK | |||

r-devel-linux-x86_64-fedora-gcc | 1.0.0 | 183.31 | OK | |||

r-devel-windows-x86_64 | 1.0.0 | 95.00 | 80.00 | 175.00 | OK | |

r-patched-linux-x86_64 | 0.9.9 | 61.34 | 67.34 | 128.68 | OK | |

r-release-linux-x86_64 | 1.0.0 | 69.05 | 67.39 | 136.44 | OK | |

r-release-macos-arm64 | 1.0.0 | 47.00 | OK | |||

r-release-macos-x86_64 | 1.0.0 | 80.00 | OK | |||

r-release-windows-x86_64 | 1.0.0 | 117.00 | 90.00 | 207.00 | OK | |

r-oldrel-macos-arm64 | 1.0.0 | 48.00 | OK | |||

r-oldrel-macos-x86_64 | 0.9.9 | 56.00 | OK | |||

r-oldrel-windows-x86_64 | 0.9.9 | 86.00 | 85.00 | 171.00 | OK |

Version: 0.9.9

Check: whether package can be installed

Result: WARN
Found the following significant warnings:
abc_mem_ext.c:42:60: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void *' [-Wformat]
abc_mem_ext.c:42:71: warning: format specifies type 'int' but the argument has type 'I64' (aka 'long') [-Wformat]
abc_mem_ext.c:55:55: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void *' [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:65:45: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const int, const I32PTR, const int)' (aka 'void (*)(const int, int *const restrict, const int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:66:33: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'I32 (*)(const I32PTR, const int)' (aka 'int (*)(int *const restrict, const int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:67:38: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(const float, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:68:33: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'F32 (*)(const F32PTR, int)' (aka 'float (*)(float *const restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:69:37: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, const F32PTR, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, float *const restrict, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:70:37: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, const F32PTR, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, float *const restrict, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:71:45: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, const F32PTR, const int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, float *const restrict, const int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:72:45: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:73:48: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(const float, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:74:45: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(const float, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:75:45: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32, F32PTR, const int)' (aka 'void (*)(const float, float *restrict, const int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:76:45: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:77:37: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, const F32PTR, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, float *const restrict, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:78:33: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'F32 (*)(const F32PTR, const F32PTR, const int)' (aka 'float (*)(float *const restrict, float *const restrict, const int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:79:37: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'F32 (*)(const F32PTR, const F32PTR, const F32PTR, const int, F32PTR)' (aka 'float (*)(float *const restrict, float *const restrict, float *const restrict, const int, float *restrict)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:80:36: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, const F32PTR, const F32PTR, const F32PTR, const int, F32PTR, F32PTR)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, float *const restrict, float *const restrict, float *const restrict, const int, float *restrict, float *restrict)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:81:50: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, const F32PTR, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, float *const restrict, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:82:45: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, const int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, const int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:83:45: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, const int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, const int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:84:48: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, F32PTR, const int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, float *restrict, const int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:85:45: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(F32PTR, F32, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *restrict, float, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:86:45: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, const int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, const int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:87:45: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, const int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, const int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:88:46: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, const int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, const int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:89:38: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:90:36: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, int, F32PTR, F32PTR)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, int, float *restrict, float *restrict)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:91:54: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(F32PTR, F32PTR, I32, F32, F32, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *restrict, float *restrict, int, float, float, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:92:41: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'I32 (*)(const F32PTR, const int, F32PTR)' (aka 'int (*)(float *const restrict, const int, float *restrict)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:93:36: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'I32 (*)(const F32PTR, const int, F32PTR)' (aka 'int (*)(float *const restrict, const int, float *restrict)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:94:36: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'I32 (*)(const F32PTR, const int, F32PTR)' (aka 'int (*)(float *const restrict, const int, float *restrict)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:95:39: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(const F32PTR, F32PTR, const int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *const restrict, float *restrict, const int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:96:33: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(F32PTR, F32, F32, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *restrict, float, float, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:97:44: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:98:44: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(F64PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(double *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:99:52: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(I32PTR, int, F32)' (aka 'void (*)(int *restrict, int, float)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:100:54: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(I32PTR, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(int *restrict, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:101:59: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(I32PTR, I32PTR, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(int *restrict, int *restrict, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:102:40: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'I32 (*)(U08PTR, I32)' (aka 'int (*)(unsigned char *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:103:41: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(int, int, int, F32PTR, int, F32PTR, int, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(int, int, int, float *restrict, int, float *restrict, int, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:104:41: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(int, int, int, F32PTR, int, F32PTR, int, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(int, int, int, float *restrict, int, float *restrict, int, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:105:40: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(int, int, int, F32PTR, int, F32PTR, int, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(int, int, int, float *restrict, int, float *restrict, int, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:106:40: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(int, int, int, F32PTR, int, F32PTR, int, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(int, int, int, float *restrict, int, float *restrict, int, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:107:42: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(int, int, int, F32PTR, int, F32PTR, int, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(int, int, int, float *restrict, int, float *restrict, int, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:108:41: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(int, int, int, F32PTR, int, F32PTR, int, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(int, int, int, float *restrict, int, float *restrict, int, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:109:37: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(int, int, F32PTR, int, F32PTR, F32PTR)' (aka 'void (*)(int, int, float *restrict, int, float *restrict, float *restrict)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:110:39: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'I32 (*)(F32PTR, I32PTR, F32, int, CmpFlag)' (aka 'int (*)(float *restrict, int *restrict, float, int, CmpFlag)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:111:49: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(F32PTR, I32PTR, F32PTR, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *restrict, int *restrict, float *restrict, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:112:58: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(F32PTR, I32PTR, F32PTR, F32, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *restrict, int *restrict, float *restrict, float, int)') [-Wformat]
abc_vec.c:113:59: warning: format specifies type 'unsigned int' but the argument has type 'void (*)(F32PTR, F32PTR, I32PTR, F32PTR, F32, int)' (aka 'void (*)(float *restrict, float *restrict, int *restrict, float *restrict, float, int)') [-Wformat]
beastv2_io_out_printargs.c:71:115: warning: data argument not used by format string [-Wformat-extra-args]
beastv2_io_out_printargs.c:72:115: warning: data argument not used by format string [-Wformat-extra-args]
beastv2_io_out_printargs.c:74:107: warning: data argument not used by format string [-Wformat-extra-args]
beastv2_io_out_printargs.c:75:107: warning: data argument not used by format string [-Wformat-extra-args]
beastv2_io_out_printargs.c:219:66: warning: format specifies type 'int' but the argument has type 'U64' (aka 'unsigned long') [-Wformat]
glue_code.c:160:44: warning: flag '0' is ignored when flag '-' is present [-Wformat]
glue_code.c:191:33: warning: flag '0' is ignored when flag '-' is present [-Wformat]
See ‘/home/hornik/tmp/R.check/r-devel-clang/Work/PKGS/Rbeast.Rcheck/00install.out’ for details.
* used C compiler: ‘Debian clang version 17.0.5 (1)’
Flavor: r-devel-linux-x86_64-debian-clang

Version: 0.9.9

Check: Rd files

Result: NOTE
checkRd: (-1) beast.Rd:155: Lost braces; missing escapes or markup?
155 | \item \code{cp}: [Changepoints] a vector of length \code{tcp.max=tcp.minmax[2]}; the most possible changepoint locations in the trend component. The locations are obtained by first applying a sum-filtering to the \code{cpOccPr} curve with a filter window size of {tseg.min} and then picking up to a total \code{prior$MaxKnotNum}/\code{tcp.max} of the highest peaks in the filtered curve. NaNs are possible if no enough changepoints are identified. \code{cp} records all the possible changepoints identified and many of them are bound to be false positives. Do not blindly treat all of them as actual changepoints.
| ^
checkRd: (-1) beast.Rd:165: Lost braces; missing escapes or markup?
165 | \item \code{slpSgnPosPr}: [PRobability of slope having a positive sign] a vector of length N; the probability of the slope being positive (i.e., increasing trend) for the trend component. For example, if {slpSgnPosPr=0.80} at a given point in time, it means that 80\% of the individual trend models sampled in the MCMC chain has a positive slope at that point.
| ^
checkRd: (-1) beast.Rd:166: Lost braces; missing escapes or markup?
166 | \item \code{slpSgnZeroPr}: [PRobability of slope being zero] a vector of length N; the probability of the slope being zero (i.e., a flat constant line) for the trend component. For example, if {slpSgnZeroPr=0.10} at a given point in time, it means that 10\% of the individual trend models sampled in the MCMC chain has a zero slope at that point. The probability of slope being negative can be obtained from \code{1}-\code{slpSgnZeroPr}-\code{slpSgnPosPr}.
| ^
checkRd: (-1) beast.Rd:210: Lost braces; missing escapes or markup?
210 | \item \code{cp}: [Changepoints] a vector of length \code{scp.max=scp.minmax[2]}; the most possible changepoint locations in the seasonal component. The locations are obtained by first applying a sum-filtering to the \code{cpOccPr} curve with a filter window size of {sseg.min} and then picking up to a total \code{ncp} of the highest peaks in the filtered curve. If \code{ncp<scp.max}, the remaining of the vector is filled with NaNs.
| ^
checkRd: (-1) beast.irreg.Rd:173: Lost braces; missing escapes or markup?
173 | \item \code{cp}: [Changepoints] a vector of length \code{tcp.max=tcp.minmax[2]}; the most possible changepoint locations in the trend component. The locations are obtained by first applying a sum-filtering to the \code{cpOccPr} curve with a filter window size of {tseg.min} and then picking up to a total \code{prior$MaxKnotNum}/\code{tcp.max} of the highest peaks in the filtered curve. NaNs are possible if no enough changepoints are identified. \code{cp} records all the possible changepoints identified and many of them are bound to be false positives. Do not blindly treat all of them as actual changepoints.
| ^
checkRd: (-1) beast.irreg.Rd:183: Lost braces; missing escapes or markup?
183 | \item \code{slpSgnPosPr}: [PRobability of slope having a positive sign] a vector of length N; the probability of the slope being positive (i.e., increasing trend) for the trend component. For example, if {slpSgnPosPr=0.80} at a given point in time, it means that 80\% of the individual trend models sampled in the MCMC chain has a positive slope at that point.
| ^
checkRd: (-1) beast.irreg.Rd:184: Lost braces; missing escapes or markup?
184 | \item \code{slpSgnZeroPr}: [PRobability of slope being zero] a vector of length N; the probability of the slope being zero (i.e., a flat constant line) for the trend component. For example, if {slpSgnZeroPr=0.10} at a given point in time, it means that 10\% of the individual trend models sampled in the MCMC chain has a zero slope at that point. The probability of slope being negative can be obtained from \code{1}-\code{slpSgnZeroPr}-\code{slpSgnPosPr}.
| ^
checkRd: (-1) beast.irreg.Rd:228: Lost braces; missing escapes or markup?
228 | \item \code{cp}: [Changepoints] a vector of length \code{scp.max=scp.minmax[2]}; the most possible changepoint locations in the seasonal component. The locations are obtained by first applying a sum-filtering to the \code{cpOccPr} curve with a filter window size of {sseg.min} and then picking up to a total \code{ncp} of the highest peaks in the filtered curve. If \code{ncp<scp.max}, the remaining of the vector is filled with NaNs.
| ^
checkRd: (-1) beast123.Rd:216: Lost braces; missing escapes or markup?
216 | \item \code{cp}: [Changepoints] a vector of length \code{tcp.max=tcp.minmax[2]}; the most possible changepoint locations in the trend component. The locations are obtained by first applying a sum-filtering to the \code{cpOccPr} curve with a filter window size of {tseg.min} and then picking up to a total \code{prior$MaxKnotNum}/\code{tcp.max} of the highest peaks in the filtered curve. NaNs are possible if no enough changepoints are identified. \code{cp} records all the possible changepoints identified and many of them are bound to be false positives. Do not blindly treat all of them as actual changepoints.
| ^
checkRd: (-1) beast123.Rd:226: Lost braces; missing escapes or markup?
226 | \item \code{slpSgnPosPr}: [PRobability of slope having a positive sign] a vector of length N; the probability of the slope being positive (i.e., increasing trend) for the trend component. For example, if {slpSgnPosPr=0.80} at a given point in time, it means that 80\% of the individual trend models sampled in the MCMC chain has a positive slope at that point.
| ^
checkRd: (-1) beast123.Rd:227: Lost braces; missing escapes or markup?
227 | \item \code{slpSgnZeroPr}: [PRobability of slope being zero] a vector of length N; the probability of the slope being zero (i.e., a flat constant line) for the trend component. For example, if {slpSgnZeroPr=0.10} at a given point in time, it means that 10\% of the individual trend models sampled in the MCMC chain has a zero slope at that point. The probability of slope being negative can be obtained from \code{1}-\code{slpSgnZeroPr}-\code{slpSgnPosPr}.
| ^
checkRd: (-1) beast123.Rd:271: Lost braces; missing escapes or markup?
271 | \item \code{cp}: [Changepoints] a vector of length \code{metadata$seasonMaxKnotNum}; the most possible changepoint locations in the seasonal component. The locations are obtained by first applying a sum-filtering to the \code{cpOccPr} curve with a filter window size of {prior$trendMinSeptDist} and then picking up to a total \code{ncp} of the highest peaks in the filtered curve. If \code{ncp<seasonMaxKnotNum}, the remaining of the vector is filled with NaNs.
| ^
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