emil@bode @ending from d@n@@kn@w@nl
Wed Aug 15 10:26:48 CEST 2018
If you want to determine where the warning is generated, I think it's easiest to run R with options(warn=2).
In that case all warnings are converted to errors, and you have more debugging tools, e.g. you can run traceback() to see the calling stack, or use options(error=recover).
Hope you can catch it.
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On 15/08/2018, 02:57, "R-devel on behalf of Ronald Barry" <r-devel-bounces using r-project.org on behalf of rpbarry using alaska.edu> wrote:
My R package has been showing warnings of the form:
`validspamobject()` is deprecated. Use `validate_spam()` directly
None of my code uses the function validspamobject, so it must be a problem
in another package I'm calling, possibly spam or spdep. Has this problem
occurred with other people? It doesn't have any deleterious effect, but
it's annoying. In particular, how do I determine which package is causing
this warning? Thanks.
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