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i.e. for internal packages that are definitely not open source. Can take model from https://r-pkgs.org/description.html#license
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Of course, nothing here you don't already know.
I (used to) run into problems on R CMD CHECK as proprietary licenses are non-standard; someone (maybe @krlmlr) suggested I add these lines to .Renviron:
R CMD CHECK
# ignore non-standard license when checking locally
This disables the check for all the open source stuff, but it still gets checked on CI.
If this is the right way to go, perhaps this could be useful as feedback when the function is called?
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FWIW, here's an extended discussion on this issue, which centers around the example from R Packages: https://unconj.ca/blog/copyright-in-closed-source-r-packages-the-right-way.html
Function should be named use_proprietary_license().
Implement use_proprietary_license() (#1209)
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