[R] package.skeleton only exports the first 73 lines of code

Uwe Ligges ligges at statistik.tu-dortmund.de
Mon Mar 5 19:37:53 CET 2012

On 05.03.2012 19:30, jeff_hawkes wrote:
> Hi all, apologies for the ignorance I'm about to describe:
> I'm trying to create a .r file for a function I've written (~300 lines of
> code).  The function is called 'total' and I've entered the most simple
> package.skeleton:
> package.skeleton(name="test", list=c("total"))
> The export works fine (it creates sub folders for R, man, and DESCRIPTION,
> NAMESPACE and read-and-delete-me files, but  total.r is only 73 lines long
> and the code stops in the middle of a phrase.
> Is there a character limit to the export, or am I failing to do something
> more complicated here?

Are you sure?

What happens if you just paste the code into the file and source() the 
file afterwards? Can you make the function available (again ins ome text 
file on the web and tell us where the function exactly ends?

Uwe Ligges

> Thanks,
> Jeff
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