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Fix style_file() so it works for a vector of files from different directories #522

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@lorenzwalthert lorenzwalthert commented Jun 16, 2019

Closes #521 by not changing working directory to directory where the file lays. The bug was long undetected because setwd() fails silently on a character vector within withr::with_dir() and is particularly relevant for #467, e.g. when R files in R/ and tests/testthat are staged simultaneously.

Note that this is an API change in the sense that now, the path to the directory where the files lay are printed, not just the file names, which also affects the invisible return values of the stylers that contain the path.

  "~/datasciencecoursera/styler", {
    out <- styler::style_file(c("R/utils-files.R", "tests/testthat/strict/strict-out.R"))
#> Styling  2  files:
#>  R/utils-files.R                    ✔ 
#>  tests/testthat/strict/strict-out.R ✔ 
#> ────────────────────────────────────────
#> Status   Count   Legend 
#> ✔    2   File unchanged.
#> ℹ    0   File changed.
#> ✖    0   Styling threw an error.
#> ────────────────────────────────────────
#> # A tibble: 2 x 2
#>   file                               changed
#>   <chr>                              <lgl>  
#> 1 R/utils-files.R                    FALSE  
#> 2 tests/testthat/strict/strict-out.R FALSE

Created on 2019-06-19 by the reprex package (v0.2.1)

This change has implications for testing also. To make a comparison with an exact expectation, in the tests, we temporarily change the working directory to keep file paths and ruler width (that depends on the path) identical on all platforms. See ?styler:::catch_style_file_output. Testing for the cat() outputs of the public API was refactored also in this PR.

The new utility rds_to_version() can be used to convert rds objects to the old serialization format to ensure CI passing. They are introduced in this PR because this is a use case where we need to udpate current reference values. Closes #524.

It has no obvious pros, but the cons are: Can't style multiple files if they are not in the same directory (and need overhead to adapt with status quo to it) + the messages of styling only show the filename, not the path, which might be confusing.
@lorenzwalthert lorenzwalthert changed the title Fix style file Fix style_file() so it works for a vector of files from different directories Jun 16, 2019
…pending on whether unicode is available before comparing captured output (because ruler length depends on max(nchar(files), 0) which depends on path structure on plattform which is not stable.
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Merging #522 into master will decrease coverage by 0.12%.
The diff coverage is 85.71%.

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…just the file name and we don't need to bother about dir() returning C:\\xyz on windows and file.path() returning C:/ ect.
@lorenzwalthert lorenzwalthert force-pushed the fix-style-file branch 2 times, most recently from c5d9e8c to edb5208 Compare June 19, 2019 22:14
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