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Make tags start at beginning of line #235

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hadley opened this issue Mar 31, 2014 · 2 comments
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Make tags start at beginning of line #235

hadley opened this issue Mar 31, 2014 · 2 comments

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@hadley
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@hadley hadley commented Mar 31, 2014

How much existing code would this affect?

@phonixor
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@phonixor phonixor commented Aug 4, 2014

depends how you want

Rstudio has
#' @tag
colored as a tag

and
#' lalalala @notag
colored as a comment

which is how i would want it...
while roxygen2 currently sees both as tags.

if you suggest to leave out the whole #' part and just start the line with @tag, then i disagree as it would no longer run on non roxygen enabled thingies and would effect all roxygen packages

my guesstimates is that if you would only allow: #' @tag as valid syntax not much will change, as the tag in the middle of a comment makes very little sense

unless i completely misunderstood your point

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@flying-sheep flying-sheep commented Nov 27, 2015

ugh, this has made my stuff quite a lot uglier.

before i had heaps of aliases like this

(which RStudio colored correctly)

#' @export @name repr_*.vector
repr_html.integer <- repr_html.logical

#' @export @name repr_*.vector
repr_html.complex <- repr_html.logical

#' @export @name repr_*.vector
repr_html.numeric <- repr_html.logical

#' @export @name repr_*.vector
repr_html.factor <- repr_html.logical

#' @export @name repr_*.vector
repr_html.character <- repr_html.logical

now i need to do:

#' @name repr_*.vector
#' @export
repr_html.integer <- repr_html.logical

#' @name repr_*.vector
#' @export
repr_html.complex <- repr_html.logical

#' @name repr_*.vector
#' @export
repr_html.numeric <- repr_html.logical

#' @name repr_*.vector
#' @export
repr_html.factor <- repr_html.logical

#' @name repr_*.vector
#' @export
repr_html.character <- repr_html.logical

can you re-allow @tag @subsequent_tag if there’s nothing inbetween?

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