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To fail appropriately when omitting to unquote, c.f. tidyverse/dplyr#3476 (comment)
Once we're able to return typed expressions from expr() / enexpr() etc, would be a good idea to implement the method as well.
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Should we instead investigate if this makes sense in R in the first place ?
What do you mean?
Yeah sorry that was not clear at all.
There's two things I guess:
> f <- ~x
> f > 2
> f < 2
Expressions are deparsed for comparison. I think it should be forbidden but that probably won't happen. R core people likely won't find this to be a big issue and they will prefer not to risk breaking code.
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