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Defining an assignment function fails checks unless @usage is defined... #119

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talgalili opened this issue Apr 6, 2013 · 1 comment
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@talgalili talgalili commented Apr 6, 2013

Code for reproducing the bug:

' @title fo<- assignment operator

' @param object a variable

' @param ... parameters passed

' @param value a value

' @return dendrogram with updated order leaves values

' @export

"fo<-" <- function(object,..., value) x

Creates:
fo(object, ..., value) <- value

in the fo-set.Rd file.

Which results in an error in the package checks.
To fix it, I must add:

' @Usage

' fo(object, ...) <- value

And that would fix the problem.

Thanks :)
Tal

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@hadley hadley commented Nov 8, 2013

Fixed.

@hadley hadley closed this Nov 8, 2013
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