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Allow non-parsable code in headers #832

merged 1 commit into from Aug 16, 2021


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Closes #831.

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Merging #832 (13e3523) into master (027d5b1) will not change coverage.
The diff coverage is 100.00%.

❗ Current head 13e3523 differs from pull request most recent head 74b1f1f. Consider uploading reports for the commit 74b1f1f to get more accurate results
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@lorenzwalthert lorenzwalthert merged commit 85f41ef into r-lib:master Aug 16, 2021
@lorenzwalthert lorenzwalthert deleted the issue-831 branch August 16, 2021 17:37
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This is how benchmark results would change (along with a 95% confience interval in relative change) if 13e3523 is merged into master:

  • cache_applying: 0.09s -> 0.03s [-69.75%, -62.97%]
  • cache_recording: 1.01s -> 0.99s [-2.36%, -1.48%]
  • without_cache: 2.56s -> 2.54s [-1.02%, -0.54%]

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Restriction on R Markdown chunk names
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