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Add package parameter to use_template() #120

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hadley opened this Issue Nov 21, 2017 · 3 comments

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hadley commented Nov 21, 2017

So it's actually useful in other packages.

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jennybc commented Dec 27, 2017

Is the goal also for a user to be able to mask built-in templates with their own? Example: user has their own preferred README template. If so, is that only via a custom package or ... should this somehow be configurable via a usethis.TEMPLATE option?

I suspect that adding the "package" parameter is good for now and the other stuff is just interesting to think about.

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hadley commented Dec 27, 2017

Right - this issue is just about making use template usable elsewhere.

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jennybc commented Jan 15, 2018

Closed in aab59f9

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