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This might help users that are inadvertently using c(..., recursive = TRUE) . These arguments are part of the definition of the generic.
c(..., recursive = TRUE)
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I don't think so?
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It might be worthwhile just to avoid insidious errors? We'd throw an error if recursive or use.names were supplied, and only in c.vctrs_vctr, not in vec_c().
Ah yes, it makes sense to detect it in c methods.
(which I now see was your point @krlmlr, I read vec_c instead of c somehow)
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