[R] Re: Package tseries: crash for Windows version (PR#2302)

ripley@stats.ox.ac.uk ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Mon Nov 18 09:23:48 CET 2002

Before we get too much of this, Duncan Murdoch has found that
predict.garch calls its C code with one too few arguments.  That would be
consistent with the crashes seen on some builds and not others.

I think it is in the maintainers' court.

On 18 Nov 2002, Peter Dalgaard BSA wrote:

> Mehmet Balcilar <mbalcilar at manas.kg> writes:
> > I also have the same bug under Linux. As far as I know, this is not
> > new. I it had for almost a year, with previous versions of R and
> > tseries Here is the relevant information.
> Ah-ha! Could you redo that with R -d gdb, please? (use the "bt"
> command at the segfault).
> It's not happening to me with 1.7.0 under RH7.3, so I suppose it could
> be something compiler specific, or maybe the random number generation
> (I don't get the same results either).

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