[Rd] Vignette questions
ligges at statistik.tu-dortmund.de
Thu Apr 12 09:16:38 CEST 2012
On 11.04.2012 23:28, Yihui Xie wrote:
> For 1, you should run R CMD check on the tar ball (pkg_x.x.tar.gz)
> from R CMD build instead of the source directory. R CMD build will
> build the PDF vignette into the tar ball.
Just move vignette sources to :/vignettes in your package?
> For 2, I have been confused by ./vignettes vs ./inst/doc since
> ./vignettes was introduced. I might be able to figure it out by
> try-and-err but I never tried, and I'm still sticking to ./inst/doc.
> At least you can exclude the Rnw source in .Rbuildignore so that R can
> only stare at your PDF documents and sigh.
> For 3, I remember some of us requested that R could also respect
> entries of non-Sweave vignettes (like the ones in ./demo/00Index), but
> this is not possible as far as I know. However, I can tell you a dark
> voodoo seems to be still working: you can write your own index.html
> under ./inst/doc with your own links to vignettes.
> Yihui Xie<xieyihui at gmail.com>
> Phone: 515-294-2465 Web: http://yihui.name
> Department of Statistics, Iowa State University
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> On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 3:41 PM, Terry Therneau<therneau at mayo.edu> wrote:
>> Context: R2.15-0 on Ubuntu.
>> 1. I get a WARNING from CMD check for "Package vignette(s) without
>> corresponding PDF:
>> In this case the vignettes directory had both the pdf and Rnw; do I need to
>> move the pdf to inst/doc?
>> I'm reluctant to add the pdf to the svn source on Rforge, per the usual
>> rule that a code management system should not have both a primary source and
>> a object dervived from it under version control. However, if this is the
>> suggested norm I could do so.
>> 2. Close reading of the paragraph about vignette sources shows the following
>> -- I think? If I have a vignette that should not be rebuilt by "check" or
>> "BUILD" I should put the .Rnw source and pdf in /inst/doc, and have the
>> others that should be rebuilt in /vignettes. This would include any that
>> use "private R packages, screen snapshots, ...", or in my case one that
>> takes just a little short of forever to run.
>> 3. Do these unprocessed package also contribute to the index via
>> \VignetteIndexEntry lines, or will I need to create a custom index?
>> Terry Therneau
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