[Rd] "wizard" for building R-packages...
17 Oct 2000 09:50:40 -0700
>>>>> "PBR" == Prof Brian Ripley <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
PBR> I'm a bit lost: you of all people don't really want a Windows
PBR> wizard do you?
No, an Emacs wizard.
PBR> Just how much time do people spend packaging new packages
PBR> anyway? I probably have as many on CRAN as anyone else, and
PBR> I do this rarely. Checking them is another matter!
My thoughts were based on the recent thread re: local functions in a
package, and making that easier (as well as documented).
R will do a good bit, and the question is how much more would be
needed in support so that
creates a filled out package framework (without the autocoding, of
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