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use_addins() #353

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EmilHvitfeldt opened this issue May 21, 2018 · 3 comments
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use_addins() #353

EmilHvitfeldt opened this issue May 21, 2018 · 3 comments

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@EmilHvitfeldt
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@EmilHvitfeldt EmilHvitfeldt commented May 21, 2018

Function to help setup the necessary steps for addins in a package.

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  • Create a file at inst/rstudio/addins.dcf (if not already present)
  • Add the 4 lines to file and populates the binding.

Example

use_addins("addin_function")

(following lines added in "inst/rstudio/addins.dcf")
Name: --- please supply name ---
Description: --- please supply description ---
Binding: addin_function
Interactive: false

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@moodymudskipper moodymudskipper commented Oct 21, 2018

I came to ask for almost exactly that, except that I'd suggest :

use_addin <- function(binding, name = binding, description ="", interactive = FALSE)`

And overwrite an addin specification that would have the same name or the same binding function.

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@hadley hadley commented Nov 30, 2018

We'd love to see a PR for this. I think it should be fairly simple, following a template from an existing function.

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@apreshill apreshill commented Jan 19, 2019

Tagging @haozhu233 - TBD PR based on his awesome rstudio::conf 2019 talk: https://github.com/hebrewseniorlife/addin_demo

haozhu233 added a commit to haozhu233/usethis that referenced this issue Jan 21, 2019
@hadley hadley closed this in fbb03d1 Feb 4, 2019
jennybc added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 6, 2019
* Added use_addin as requested in #353

* remove return inside invisible

* Improved tests for use_addin; Added item to NEWS

* Following Hadley's comment, put in addin variable through render_template

* make the newline part a little more dynamic

* Tweak news bullet

* Move proj_path up as Jenny suggested
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