[R-pkg-devel] Namespace: summary of all undefined globals
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Tue Dec 22 13:03:10 CET 2015
If you don't want to build r-devel yourself, you can just use
Or, if your project is on GitHub you can also use
https://github.com/metacran/r-builder to check on multiple R versions,
On Tue, Dec 22, 2015 at 11:58 AM, peter dalgaard <pdalgd at gmail.com> wrote:
> The "release branch", currently 3.2.x, by principle contains patch releases of 3.2.0 (i.e. bug fix releases; we do occasionally let new features slip in, but only if they are truly orthogonal to existing code, which is usually not the case in the QA/QC areas). If something was in r-devel in July, then it will have been slated for 3.3.0.
> The most obvious way to get hold of the feature is to install/build a current version of R-devel. Otherwise, you have to port the code to the release branch yourself.
>> On 22 Dec 2015, at 11:34 , Patrick Giraudoux <patrick.giraudoux at univ-fcomte.fr> wrote:
>> Dear listers,
>> Kurt (subject "CRAN packages maintained by you" sent on 02/07/2015) was mentionning to package maintainers that "with current versions of r-devel, one can get a convenient summary of all undefined globals" and describing how to get a summary conveniently.
>> Now I am using R 3.2.3 but cannot get this by using rcmd check --as-cran mypackage, the "traditionnal" namespace with obviously incomplete declaration going through the check 'checking R code for possible problems' with no note.
>> Can you confirm that the implementation of R-devel in July, is still NOT in R 3.2.3 and that one should still use the current version of r-devel to get a summary of undefined globals (through notes after 'checking R code for possible problems) ? Is there a way to get it from R 3.2.3 ?
>> Thanks in advance,
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