petr.pikal at precheza.cz
Mon Dec 19 08:49:03 CET 2011
If I remember correctly I do
start clear R -vanilla session
copy my functions to it.
which creates the some.name directory.
> Hi Duncan,
> Thanks for your response. That's the confusing thing, I didn't receive
> message and I can't seem to find the new source package directory
> anywhere. I would greatly appreciate any advice about what I might be
> doing wrong.
> Happy Holidays,
> On Fri, Dec 16, 2011 at 7:12 PM, Duncan Murdoch
<murdoch.duncan at gmail.com>wrote:
> > On 11-12-16 4:12 PM, Ben Ganzfried wrote:
> >> Hi--
> >> I'm creating an R package, I've read through "Writing R Extensions"
> >> the
> >> package.skeleton() R page-- and I'm still running into a little
> >> I would greatly appreciate any advice you can provide.
> >> Where do I run my following line of code from?:
> >>> package.skeleton(name = "a", code_files = "EsetObject.r"
> >> I'm currently running it from Rgui, but when I type the line above
> >> happens.
> > What is supposed to happen is that a new source package directory will
> > created in the current directory (what getwd() gives you). Did that
> > happen? (I thought a message would also be printed and apparently
> > not seeing that, but maybe it just worked without telling you.)
> > Duncan Murdoch
> > Thank you very much.
> >> Ben
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