dplyr source install fails

Hi. I'm experiencing the problem described here:

Briefly: it looks like R 3.6.0 wants to install dplyr from source, and won't install from the binary package cache. Compilation + installation fails due to lack of memory on the free tier of RStudio Cloud (1GB).

The thread linked above says this issue should be fixed. But I'm still experiencing it, even after deleting and re-creating my project.

Any ideas?

Thanks!
-Joe

Full error output follows:

g++: internal compiler error: Killed (program cc1plus)
Please submit a full bug report,
with preprocessed source if appropriate.
See <file:///usr/share/doc/gcc-5/README.Bugs> for instructions.
make: *** [mutate.o] Error 4
/opt/R/3.6.0/lib/R/etc/Makeconf:176: recipe for target 'mutate.o' failed
ERROR: compilation failed for package ‘dplyr’
* removing ‘/home/rstudio-user/R/x86_64-pc-linux-gnu-library/3.6/dplyr’
Warning in install.packages :
  installation of package ‘dplyr’ had non-zero exit status

Welcome to the community!

What I understand from my experiences and from comments in other related threads on this community is that latest versions of CRAN packages are cached in Rstudio Cloud, and it usually takes two to three days after the release of the latest version.

If this is correct, then I hope it'll be fixed in a day or two, considering the weekend and the fact that the latest version of dplyr released on 4th July.

The previous working version compiled for 3.6.0 that was available in mid-May should still be in the package cache, even if a new dplyr version was released recently (which could take a few days to make it into the cache). Right?

I am facing similar issue today. Anxious to know the solution.

Hi!

Because of the holiday, we had a bit of extra sluggishness in ensuring dplyr 0.8.3 hit the package cache. It is now cached, so a new install.packages('dplyr') should result in pulling the cached binary and successful use of dpylr!

Yup, all set now. Thanks!

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