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I'm trying to get the R package installed in a Debian docker image that already contains R and RStudio (via rocker/rstudio from dockerhub), as well as arrow-cpp, parquet-cpp and pyarrow installed via conda. I.e. I should have all required arrow dependencies in my conda environment's /lib and /include folders.
I then tried to install the R package in two ways (as stated in the README, having devtools, and after managing to get git2r installed)
1/ via remotes
2/ from source
In both cases the install seems to work fine:
But when I then do the following as prompted:
The result is
And running the example without calling that non-existing function I get the error
So I don't know if I'm doing something wrong or if the documentation isn't up to date? Specifically, what is the arrow::install_arrow() function supposed to install, given that I already have the arrow and parquet libs and headers installed, and supposedly they've been used (linked to) when I installed the R package?
In general, is there any way to get this package installed in the above context (arrow-cpp etc. installed via conda)?