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comment Compiling RCurl from source on Windows
Well, there are binaries until v1.95.4.2, but that's not working for me (has to do with this issue). Thanks, though!
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comment Compiling RCurl from source on Windows
Thanks, but it seems to me simply installing or putting it somewhere on my machine won't really help as the package seems to be pretty rigid on where it looks for the DLLs. Also, I didn't find the files libcurl-4.dll and libz.dll in the bundle you mentioned. Any ideas?
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comment Dynamic user home directory on Windows (changing %HOMEDRIVE% and %HOMEPATH%)
Okay, thanks! That might at least be an option.
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comment Dynamic user home directory on Windows (changing %HOMEDRIVE% and %HOMEPATH%)
Okay, thanks for clarifying that! You mentioned some things that I'm not familiar yet, though: how would I change a profile and what special library folders are you referring to?
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comment XPath and namespace specification for XML documents with an explicit default namespace
;-) Sorry, I was too late
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comment XPath and namespace specification for XML documents with an explicit default namespace
Ok, got it now: changing the name of the first entry in ns to xmlns (or any other prefix) does the trick: names(ns)[1] <- "xmlns" and then getNodeSet(doc, "/xmlns:doc//xmlns:b[@omegahat:status='foo']", ns). Thanks man!
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comment XPath and namespace specification for XML documents with an explicit default namespace
Aha! Thanks for that info! However, I'm still struggling putting it all together: getNodeSet(doc, "/xmlns:doc//xmlns:b[@omegahat:status='foo'")[[1]] as well as getNodeSet(doc, "/xmlns:doc//xmlns:b[@omegahat:status='foo'", namespaces = ns)[[1]] return with errors. What am I still missing?
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