[Rd] Programming Tools CTV
lbraglia at gmail.com
Thu Jan 22 18:43:41 CET 2015
this summer, after few mails on this list, i started something similar
(feeling the same need)... here is the repo
Currently it's quite freezed since i'm working on other projects in my
free software spare time (and likely i won't return to it) but could
be a starting point for someone else interested.
PS in the case, following some mails with Dirk and Achim, HPC stuff
a-la Rcpp and friends should not be copied from Dirk's stuff, better
pointing... it was in my mental TODO
2015-01-22 18:23 GMT+01:00 Gregory R. Warnes <greg at warnes.net>:
> I second the motion for a Programming Tools CRAN Task View.
> I would also think it could contain things like Rcpp, R6, etc.
>> On Jan 22, 2015, at 10:20 AM, Max Kuhn <mxkuhn at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've had a lot of requests for additions to the reproducible research
>> task view that fall into a grey area (to me at least).
>> For example, roxygen2 is a tool that broadly enable reproducibility
>> but I see it more as a tool for better programming. I'm about to check
>> in a new version of the task view that includes packrat and
>> checkpoint, as they seem closer to reproducible research, but also
>> feel like coding tools.
>> There are a few other packages that many would find useful for better
>> coding: devtools, testthat, lintr, codetools, svTools, rbenchmark,
>> pkgutils, etc.
>> This might be some overlap with the HPC task view. I would think that
>> rJava, Rcpp and the like are better suited there but this is arguable.
>> The last time I proposed something like this, Martin deftly convinced
>> me to be the maintainer. It is probably better for everyone if we
>> avoid that on this occasion.
>> * Does anyone else see the need for this?
>> * What other packages fit into this bin?
>> * Would anyone like to volunteer?
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