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README
==================== Installing Rgraphviz ==================== Windows ======= Nov 17, 2008 Here are the steps to build Rgraphviz on Windows: o. install graphviz ***2.20.3*** Windows ***binary*** distribution from http://www.graphviz.org/pub/graphviz/stable/windows/graphviz-2.20.3.msi in a directory that we'll call $DIR. We use the following as an example: C:\Graphviz-2.21 If you install it in other dir, just use your dir correspondingly. o. set the following Windows environment variables accordingly (control panel -> systems -> Advanced -> Environment Variables ): (a) create new user variables: GRAPHVIZ_INSTALL_DIR (e.g., C:\Graphviz-2.21) GRAPHVIZ_INSTALL_MAJOR (e.g., 2) GRAPHVIZ_INSTALL_MINOR (e.g., 20) Notice the way "\/" are used for the paths above. (b) add to user variable 'path': $GRAPHVIZ_INSTALL_DIR/bin e.g., C:\Graphviz-2.21\bin o. run "R CMD INSTALL Rgraphviz" or "biocLite("Rgraphviz")' as usual OSX installation ================ according to Eric Wexler (ewexler@ucla.edu): FYI: Rgraphviz will not load (at least under leopard) unless the user has the developer Xcode tools installed. It was very frustrating untill I figured this out. PLease pass it on in the Rgraphviz install under OSX instructions Source based installation ========================= The Rgraphviz package depends on the Graphviz library which can be obtained from http://www.graphviz.org/. At present, Rgraphviz is known to work with Graphviz versions greater than or equal to 2.2 (note however that a bug in the neato layout routine makes it preferable not to use versions 2.4, 2.6 and 2.8) To install Graphviz: 1. Download the source tarball from http://www.graphviz.org/ 2. Unpack the distribution (tar -xzvf) 3. Read the Graphviz installation instructions. Basically, you should be able to do: ./configure make make install A word of warning, especially on the Mac OS X platform: Rgraphviz may not work if Graphviz is compiled with optimization. For the most recent version of Graphviz, you will also need to make sure that pkg-config (http://pkgconfig.freedesktop.org/wiki/) is installed on your system. If you install Graphviz to a non-standard location, you may need to set the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable to tell pkg-config where the Graphviz metadata lives. Here is an example: export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/home/me/graphviz/lib/pkgconfig At this point you should be able to install Rgraphviz either via R CMD INSTALL or by starting R and using install.packages. Note that older versions of Graphviz use a configure script called dotneato-config which must be in your PATH for Rgraphviz to find it. This is instead of the pkg-config setup.