[R] FAQ not in the FAQ??

Friedrich.Leisch@ci.tuwien.ac.at Friedrich.Leisch at ci.tuwien.ac.at
Fri Apr 5 09:41:49 CEST 2002

>>>>> On 04 Apr 2002 18:45:43 -0800,
>>>>> Russell Senior (RS) wrote:

  > I know how to pull a copy of the current R release sources using
  > rsync.  How do I do the same thing for the current add-on packages?


galadriel:Leisch$ rsync cran.r-project.org::
CRAN           	complete CRAN ftp area                    <<<<<<<<<<<
r-project-web  	Web pages for www.r-project.org
FTP            	E1071/CI anonymous FTP area

galadriel:Leisch$ rsync cran.us.r-project.org::
r-release      	R-1.4.0 sources (current released version - approx 25 MB)
r-patched      	R sources (patched released version - approx 25 MB)
r-devel        	R sources (devel version, less stable - approx 25 MB)
r-ng           	R source (next generation - unstable - approx 25 MB)
r-manuals      	Development sources for manuals for R
xlispstat      	xlispstat sources (development version) CVS tree (approx 12 MB)
ess-cvs        	ess (Emacs Speaks Statistics) CVS tree (approx 8.5 MB)
CRAN           	Complete CRAN ftp area                    <<<<<<<<<<<
ESS            	Complete ftp archive for ESS - Emacs Speaks Statistics
omega-cvs      	Omega Project for Statistical Computing CVS tree
r-project-web  	Web pages for www.r-project.org and mirrors
Omegahat       	Complete ftp archive for Omegahat

give you access to all of CRAN via rsync (untarred versions of add-ons
are not available, this would use way too much space)


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