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Added use_tibble() to enable printing for exported objects #324

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martinjhnhadley commented Apr 4, 2018

usethis::use_tibble() when used within a package will add the necessaries for exported tibbles from the package to be printed correctly as tibbles.

An example of where this could have been useful is when gapminder upgraded from data.frame to tibbles in this commit jennybc/gapminder@bf439dd

I believe I've followed the PR process fully, except I didn't create an issue I went straight to a PR.

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Thanks! I tweaked a few things (which creates commits in your fork btw!). Next time you might want to make the PR from a non-master branch.

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jennybc commented May 24, 2018

Thanks! I tweaked a few things (which creates commits in your fork btw!). Next time you might want to make the PR from a non-master branch.

@jennybc jennybc merged commit 5749e6f into r-lib:master May 24, 2018

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Thanks for the heads up, I'll remember to do this next time 😃

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martinjhnhadley commented May 25, 2018

Thanks for the heads up, I'll remember to do this next time 😃

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