create_package_with_all_dependencies {arrow}R Documentation

Create a source bundle that includes all thirdparty dependencies


Create a source bundle that includes all thirdparty dependencies


create_package_with_all_dependencies(dest_file = NULL, source_file = NULL)



File path for the new tar.gz package. Defaults to arrow_V.V.V_with_deps.tar.gz in the current directory (V.V.V is the version)


File path for the input tar.gz package. Defaults to downloading the package from CRAN (or whatever you have set as the first in getOption("repos"))


The full path to dest_file, invisibly

This function is used for setting up an offline build. If it's possible to download at build time, don't use this function. Instead, let cmake download the required dependencies for you. These downloaded dependencies are only used in the build if ARROW_DEPENDENCY_SOURCE is unset, BUNDLED, or AUTO.

If you're using binary packages you shouldn't need to use this function. You should download the appropriate binary from your package repository, transfer that to the offline computer, and install that. Any OS can create the source bundle, but it cannot be installed on Windows. (Instead, use a standard Windows binary package.)

Note if you're using RStudio Package Manager on Linux: If you still want to make a source bundle with this function, make sure to set the first repo in options("repos") to be a mirror that contains source packages (that is: something other than the RSPM binary mirror URLs).

Steps for an offline install with optional dependencies:

Using a computer with internet access, pre-download the dependencies:
On the computer without internet access, install the prepared package:


## Not run: 
new_pkg <- create_package_with_all_dependencies()
# Note: this works when run in the same R session, but it's meant to be
# copied to a different computer.
install.packages(new_pkg, dependencies = c("Depends", "Imports", "LinkingTo"))

## End(Not run)

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