[ADMB Users] new version of R2admb on R-forge
davef at otter-rsch.com
Sat Aug 21 01:10:19 PDT 2010
Ben Bolker wrote:
Well there is some confusion because it appears to me that Motoki was
using tpl2rem on simple.tpl
which has no random effects.
I say this because my version of tpl2cpp does not produce any error
Once that is settled
for tpl2rem it would be simple modify the cat ... line to exclude the
> Ben Bolker wrote:
>> That's not exactly the situation in which the errors/warnings occur.
>> They happen when one runs tpl2rem on a RE model that is "too simple":
>> as pointed out by Tom Wainwright on March 10
>> this is reproducible in the "liver_gamma" example that comes with ADMB:
>>> tpl2rem liver_gamma
>> cat: xxalloc4.tmp: No such file or directory
>> cat: xxalloc5.tmp: No such file or directory
>> Error executing command cat xxglobal.tmp xxhtop.tmp header.tmp
>> xxalloc1.tmp xxalloc2.tmp xxalloc3.tmp xxalloc4.tmp
>> xxalloc5.tmp xxtopm.tmp xxalloc6.tmp > liver_gamma.cpp
>> At least, it happens with my installation (release 9.1, running on
>> Ubuntu 10.04).
> PS I may be miscommunicating here. To try to be clear:
> 1. ADMB produces spurious error messages when tpl2rem'ing specific
> "simple" TPL files. My R2admb code attempts to filter these messages out.
> 2. In some versions of ADMB (not the one I am running), using "-s"
> provokes a warning message that "safe mode" is deprecated. In its
> current version, R2admb uses 'safe mode' by default (i.e. adding the
> "-s" flag to the argument list: should it not do that?), so this warning
> came up when Motoki ran simple.tpl through R2admb. The version of R2admb
> that I posted a few days ago treated this as an error and stopped; I
> have since added code to R2admb that treats any message from ADMB with
> the string "warning:" in it as an (R) warning rather than error.
> I'm not quite sure which set of errors Dave is addressing.
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