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2023-12-12 / Sébastien Rochette / fusen, development, package, thinkrverse

‘fusen’ v0.6.0 (beta): a new Rmd/Qmd parser with ‘lightparser’ to try before release

{fusen} now relies on {lightparser} to detect the different parts of a Rmd or a Qmd file before inflating your flat file as a R package. Before the release on CRAN, I need you to test the development version and tell me if there are any edge cases with your flat files. TL;DR Please try the pre-release version of {fusen} ...

fusen - Gotta inflate' em all

2023-07-21 / Yohann Mansiaux / development, fusen, package, Rmarkdown, thinkrverse

fusen v0.5: Gotta inflate ’em all !

No more amnesia for {fusen}! With v0.5, it now has “memory”, allowing you to inflate all your flat files simultaneously. The aim of this latest version of {fusen} is to provide an ever smoother package development experience, for both novice and experiences users. {fusen} continues to make life easier for package creators. One of the main changes in this new ...

2023-06-01 / Sébastien Rochette / thinkrverse, development, fusen, package

{attachment} v0.4.0: Breaking changes and configuration file for a better experience

{attachment} v0.4.0 stores your parameters in a configuration file for an easier use during your package development: run att_amend_desc() from anywhere, it will re-use your last set of parameters.  This comes with some breaking changes for a better experience.   The goal of attachment is to help to deal with package dependencies during package development. It also gives useful tools ...

2023-03-15 / Colin Fay / golem

{golem} 0.4.0 is now available

The new version of {golem} is available! Read the complete version of this article at What’s up with this new version? Lighter dependency tree When we release the first version of {golem} on CRAN, we made the decision that all {golem}-based app should depend on {golem}. This was a conscious decision ,and we made it because {golem} comes with a bunch of internal functions that are used ...

2022-10-04 / Sébastien Rochette / development, fusen, package, Rmarkdown, thinkrverse, tips

Package dev with {fusen} & {attachment}: load all functions of a flat, manage qmd and auto-fill Remotes field

One aim of our open-source packages at ThinkR is to make our development workflows easier. {attachment} and {fusen} are developed maintained to help packages development and maintenance. Inception… If they help us every day, they can probably help you as well! In this blog post, I present the lastest changes of these two packages. If you want to know how ...

2022-03-11 / Colin Fay / golem

{golem} 0.3.2 is now available

The new version of {golem} is now available! You can download it from your favorite CRAN repository, or by running the following command: remotes::install_github( “thinkr-open/[email protected]” ) What’s up with this new version? In this release, we have been focusing on a closer integration of tests inside the application building process, notably via Server function testing with Shiny, adding tests to ...

2021-12-19 / Sébastien Rochette / development, fusen, package, Rmarkdown, thinkrverse

‘fusen’ v0.3: Better project templates, grouped functions and numerous other enhancements

{fusen} gets some maturity! v0.3 is a big rebranding for a more fluid experience, from beginners to advanced developers. Creating a fully documented and tested package has never been so easy and enjoyable. Experience “Rmd first” to the fullest. At first, I imagined {fusen} to help beginners start building R packages. Following the ‘Rmd first’ method, I am convinced that ...

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2021-08-31 / Sébastien Rochette / development, git, package, thinkrverse, tips

{gitlabr} v2.0 is on CRAN!

You regularly create projects on GitLab with a common skeleton, you want to retrieve the list of GitLab issues to create a report, you are looking for batch modifications of your projects? Use the GitLab API from your preferred programming language R. Communicate with GitLab API from R Here is a small example as issued from the {gitlabr} Readme on ...