Unpack packages from a text file

unpack(input, output = ".", install = FALSE, quiet = FALSE, ...)

Arguments

input

Path to the text file.

output

Path to the output directory. Each package is placed under a subdirectory named after the package name. Default is the current working directory.

install

Try install the unpacked package(s)?

quiet

Suppress printing of progress?

...

Additional parameters for remotes::install_local().

Value

The output directory path.

Details

If install = TRUE, the packages will be installed by the order of appearance in the input file. When internal dependencies exist between these packages, make sure they are packed in the order where the low-level dependencies appear first.

Specification

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Examples

# pack two packages pkg1 <- system.file("examples/pkg1", package = "pkglite") pkg2 <- system.file("examples/pkg2", package = "pkglite") fc1 <- pkg1 %>% collate(file_default()) fc2 <- pkg2 %>% collate(file_default()) txt <- tempfile(fileext = ".txt") pack(fc1, fc2, output = txt, quiet = TRUE) # unpack the two packages out <- file.path(tempdir(), "twopkgs") txt %>% unpack(output = out, quiet = TRUE) out %>% file.path("pkg1") %>% list.files()
#> [1] "data" "DESCRIPTION" "man" "NAMESPACE" "NEWS.md" #> [6] "R" "README.md" "vignettes"
out %>% file.path("pkg2") %>% list.files()
#> [1] "data" "DESCRIPTION" "man" "NAMESPACE" "NEWS.md" #> [6] "R" "README.md" "vignettes"