Currently, you can publish your chart as a gist or to rpubs. It is safe to always set the latter when installing from a repository or tarballs, although it will be a little slower. You might think that because no one else will ever look at your repo, that writing good commit messages is not worth the effort. This allows one to specify settings for an entire collection of packages which will be used if any of those packages are to be installed. Even if your collaborator is not using version control, that you yourself are using it will make it easier to incorporate and understand their changes.
At this point you want to focus on the big picture: have they modified the right functions in the right way? Here are a few examples of tutorials written using rCharts and slidify. But I think Git + GitHub is the most user-friendly system especially for new developers , not least because its popularity means that the answer or solution to every possible question or problem can be found on StackOverflow. I've spent quite a bit of time debugging this all to no avail. A part of the cause of it is the devtools package that makes it easy to develop R packages. Download the source package, open Terminal.
Finally locking and restoration on error can be suppressed by --no-lock. If you encounter a bug while working on another project, jot a note down on the issues page. GitHub has the advantage of being more popular, and I prefer its interface. Coding without commits is like free-climbing: you can travel much faster in the short-term, but in the long-term the chances of catastrophic failure are high! It takes two different lines of development and combines them into a single result. The best thing about closing issues this way is that it makes a link from the issue to the commit. Examples Not run: A Linux example for Fedora's layout of udunits2 headers. By using the result, you can install all packages created by hadley.
The suggestion is made by looking for a list of R packages on GitHub. Some developers never commit derived files, files that can be generated automatically. Now go to the page about. MikTeX - download and runs the installer for MikTeX. Git + GitHub is the most popular version control system for developers of R packages witness the thousands of R packages hosted on GitHub. This will prevent them from accidentally being added.
This opens a new window showing the detailed differences: The background colours tells you whether the text has been added green or removed red. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. All Mac and Linux users had no issues and also the installation for the majority of the Windows users went well. Select a number or, hit 0 to cancel. Sleeps the operating system Windows through a shell command Access and clean author elements from R's Rd file Checks for the latest R version, and if there is a newer version of R - downloads and installs it.
But keep in mind that you have one very important collaborator: future-you! Arguments repo A character vector naming one or more GitHub repository containing an R package to install e. Just put Closes somewhere in your commit message and GitHub will close the issue for you when you next push. Prompt the contributor to update the documentation, point out spelling mistakes and suggest better wording. If you have the file locally, then use install. In fact, unzipping the package failed using WinZip with the same sort of error in a user directory. To create the commit, use git commit -m. Ignored when installing from local files.
Merging it is equivalent to running git merge from the shell; deleting is equivalent to git branch -d. You can also discard changes to individual lines or selected text. Have a question about this project? Can also be a named list of character vectors to be used as additional options, with names the respective package names. Shows all files in the current directory. Branches and pull requests provide powerful tools to handle these situations. You create an empty gh-pages branch for your package git repository and fill it will a website. This is an advanced technique called rebasing history.
To create a pull request, you create a branch, commit code, then push the branch to GitHub. Handling merge conflicts is one of the trickier parts of Git. I'm pretty sure that the issue isn't caused by either of those. Read more about its license at. Gepuro Task Views is crawling the GitHub and updates information every day. GitHub has some good documentation on using pull requests:.