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  1. Fast reading of delimited files

    C++ 520 43

  2. Test coverage reports for R

    R 298 101

  3. cpp11 helps you to interact with R objects using C++ code.

    C++ 149 27

  4. Glue strings to data in R. Small, fast, dependency free interpreted string literals.

    R 554 60

  5. Tools to make an R developer's life easier

    R 2.1k 734

  6. r-lib/fs Public

    Provide cross platform file operations based on libuv.

    C 296 56

Contribution activity

September 2021

Created 8 repositories

Created a pull request in r-lib/rcmdcheck that received 8 comments

Add option to print test output

This allows use in GitHub Actions by setting option(rcmdcheck.test_output = TRUE) in the workflow. Fixes 121

+44 −6 8 comments
Opened 2 other pull requests in 1 repository
Reviewed 10 pull requests in 9 repositories
r-lib/rcmdcheck 2 pull requests
r-lib/pkgload 1 pull request
tidyverse/dplyr 1 pull request
r-lib/actions 1 pull request
r-lib/rlang 1 pull request
tidyverse/tidyverse.org 1 pull request
r-lib/usethis 1 pull request
oharar/LatentINLA 1 pull request
r-lib/withr 1 pull request

Created an issue in r-lib/actions that received 2 comments

Create a rchk composite action

We should create a check-rchk composite action, which will make it easier to run rchk on GitHub Actions. It would be useful to use in cpp11 and oth…

2 comments
Opened 7 other issues in 6 repositories
r-lib/vroom 2 closed
r-lib/devtools 1 open
tidyverse/readr 1 open
r-lib/cpp11 1 open
r-lib/pkgload 1 open
r-lib/archive 1 open
1 contribution in private repositories Sep 10

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