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New from_cwd criterion #11

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krlmlr opened this issue May 12, 2016 · 0 comments

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commented May 12, 2016

function(x) TRUE

if you know the exact absolute path of your project root.

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Kirill Müller
Merge tag 'v1.0-3'
- New root criterion , useful for creating accessors to a known path (#11).
- Clarify difference between `find_file()` and `make_fix_file()` in vignette (#9).
- Remove unexported functions from documentation and examples (#10).

krlmlr added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 6, 2016

Merge tag 'v1.1'
- Compatibility
    - Compatible with R >= 3.0.0 with the help of the `backports` package.

- New root criteria
    - `is_remake_project` and `find_remake_root_file()` look for [remake](https://github.com/richfitz/remake) project (#17).
    - `is_testthat` and `find_testthat_root_file()` that looks for `tests/testthat` root (#14).
    - `from_wd`, useful for creating accessors to a known path (#11).

- Minor enhancement
    - Criteria can be combined with the `|` operator (#15).

- Documentation
    - Add package documentation with a few examples (#13).
    - Clarify difference between `find_file()` and `make_fix_file()` in vignette (#9).
    - Remove unexported functions from documentation and examples (#10).
    - Use `pkgdown` to create website.

- Testing
    - Use Travis instead of wercker. Travis tests three R versions, and OS X.
    - Improve AppVeyor testing.
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