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[REVIEW]: highlightHTML: CSS Formatting of R Markdown Documents #185
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It would be nice if there was some example included in the repository and in the README that made it easy to try out this package.
It'd be really helpful if a usage example can be added so I can continue the review. Thanks!
Thanks for the comments. I agree, the README could have been better. This has been updated to reflect three things, installation is focused more on the CRAN version. Secondly, an example has been pulled from the vignette to remove the vague line about the tags argument. Third, description about installing the vignettes from the development version was added as well.
A second note, there is a vignette for this package, but these may not install directly from the development version on GitHub. You can view it directly on GitHub here: https://github.com/lebebr01/highlightHTML/tree/master/vignettes
You could also install from GitHub passing the build_vignettes argument:
I really haven't had the time. Please accept my sincere apologies. Given what the rest of my year looks like, it might indeed be prudent to look for another reviewer.…
On Sun, Sep 3, 2017 at 20:09 Abigail Cabunoc Mayes ***@***.***> wrote: Pinging @desilinguist <https://github.com/desilinguist>, have you had time to go through the checklist? Let me know if you're too busy and I can look for another reviewer
Hi, yes it's on my calendar and will be done after December :)…
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