Add a LD_LIBRARY_PATH does not help.
Adding CAIRO_CFLAGS=-I/home/christian/galaxy_test/dependency_dir/cairo/1.12.14/iuc/package_cairo_1_12_14/5c25a57405a9/include/cairo; export CAIRO_CFLAGS
Changes the error but does not fix the problem.
I now get: checking cairo.h usability... yes checking cairo.h presence... yes checking for cairo.h... yes checking for PNG support in Cairo... yes install_environment.STDOUT DEBUG 2015-09-01 12:01:42,121 configure: CAIRO_LIBS= checking for ATS font support in Cairo... no configure: CAIRO_LIBS= checking for library containing deflate... -lz configure: error: Cannot compile a simple Cairo program. See config.log for details.
==== A few things I did notice.
1. package_cairo_1_12_14 uses "package_pixman_0_32_4" while package_r_3_2_1 uses package_pixman_0_32_6
2. R install in dependecy dir for 3.2.1 does not have an include directory example: /galaxy_test/dependency_dir/R/3.2.1/iuc/package_r_3_2_1/3d28600fc82c 3.1.2 R did have a inlcude directory including the cairo headers.
Attached is the full install log. Note the CAIRO_CFLAGS line was hard coded into recipe_manager.py for this test.
Thanks Christian ________________________________________ From: Björn Grüning [firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Friday, August 28, 2015 6:05 PM To: Christian Brenninkmeijer; Bjoern Gruening; email@example.com; Dave Bouvier Subject: Re: [galaxy-dev] Installing Cairo into Gakaxy
can you put /home/christian/galaxy/dependency_dir/R/3.1.2/brenninc/package_r_3_1_2/655087f549e9/include/ into your LD_LIBRARY_PATH and test if this helps?
Am 28.08.2015 um 17:12 schrieb Christian Brenninkmeijer:
I did a find ~ -name cairo.h and it looks like the header files are being made
/home/christian/galaxy_test/dependency_dir/cairo/1.12.14/iuc/package_cairo_1_12_14/5c25a57405a9/include/cairo/cairo.h and /home/christian/galaxy/dependency_dir/R/3.1.2/brenninc/package_r_3_1_2/655087f549e9/include/cairo/cairo.h
So it is more a question of how to get setup_r_enviromnent to find them.
Christian ________________________________________ From: Bjoern Gruening [firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Friday, August 28, 2015 3:19 PM To: Christian Brenninkmeijer; email@example.com; Dave Bouvier Subject: Re: [galaxy-dev] Installing Cairo into Gakaxy
I have CCed Dave here. He took over the maintenance of R many moons ago. Dave can it be that we need to include some cairo headers, shared objects into the tarball from docker-build?
On 28.08.2015 16:16, Christian Brenninkmeijer wrote:
Thank you Björn for the link to the new R package which appears to include cairo.
However I am still unable to run an R script which imports cairo the following line in an R Script fails library(Cairo)
When I try to do a setup_r_enviromnent I am still getting: ..... install_environment.STDOUT DEBUG 2015-08-28 14:47:00,491 checking cairo.h usability... no install_environment.STDOUT DEBUG 2015-08-28 14:47:00,506 checking for cairo.h... no checking cairo.h usability... no checking cairo.h presence... no checking for cairo.h... no configure: error: Cannot find cairo.h! Please install cairo (http://www.cairographics.org/) and/or set CAIRO_CFLAGS/LIBS correspondingly. ERROR: configuration failed for package ‘Cairo’
This time tested on the testtoolshed so directly using the iuc dependencies so using his env vars
I tried it with a new git clone (Master branch) from this morning Only setting change tool_config_file, tool_dependency_dir, tools_shed_config_file and admin_users
Installing all the required packages manually in the order that required packages installed before the using package. Including Cairo before package_3_2_1
On an Ubuntu 14.04.LTS (updated today) Memory 15.6 GiB Processor Intel Xeon(R) CPU E5-1660 v3 @ 3.00Ghz x 16 OS type 64-bit
I also tried it on my laptop also with Ubuntu 14.04.LTS
Neither machine has R or Cairo installed natively.
Any farther help or suggestions greatly appreciated.
Christian University of Manchester ________________________________________ From: Björn Grüning [firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2015 7:19 PM To: Christian Brenninkmeijer; email@example.com Subject: Re: [galaxy-dev] Installing Cairo into Gakaxy
looking at the R package and on the Docker build instructions, R seems to be installed with cairo support:
Are you using the latest IUC packages? Your script seems to be fine, I can not spot any obvious error. But I don't know how your dependencies are defined and which env vars are exported.
Am 26.08.2015 um 12:18 schrieb Christian Brenninkmeijer:
Still looking for an example tool_dependencies.xml to install R Cairo package
package_cairo_1_12_14 needs to be at the same level as package_r_3_1_2 inside of setup_r_environment without the set_environment_for_install
I am no longer getting cairo.h No but am still getting
checking if R was compiled with the RConn patch... no ... checking for ATS font support in Cairo... no .... checking whether Cairo programs can be compiled... ERROR: configuration failed for package ‘Cairo’
Again updated tool_dependencies.xml attached
Christian ________________________________ From: galaxy-dev [firstname.lastname@example.org] on behalf of Christian Brenninkmeijer [email@example.com] Sent: Wednesday, August 26, 2015 10:18 AM To: galaxy-dev [firstname.lastname@example.org] Subject: [galaxy-dev] Installing Cairo into Gakaxy
Has anyone got a working example tool_dependencies.xml to install the Cairo package into R. (I actually need a package that depends on R Cairo but the current issue is Cairo)
I am having the cairo.h not found issue
I have cloned https://toolshed.g2.bx.psu.edu/view/devteam/package_cairo_1_12_14/b39299b4b6... (and its dependencies)
I am trying to use <action type="setup_r_environment"> But can not get the package_cairo to be seen by the R
I have tried <action type="set_environment_for_install"> both inside and outside of the setup_r_environment but it does not appear to be working,
Full attempted tool_dependencies.xml attached,
Thanks in advance
Christian University of Manchester
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