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The various reprex random-name-output files are produced as expected in the working directory. After a failed prex_rtf() or reprex_rtf() call, say one that produces files named awful-dog_reprex.R etc, at the terminal I can do
This produces the expected result (i.e. a rendered RTF of the R file in the clipboard, which I can paste into Keynote). There's no additional output (warning, errors, messages, etc) from highlight that would indicate any problems.
I saw #331 reported something similar but that was on Windows rather than macOS and initially Sys.which() wasn't working in that case, whereas here it is. However, the problem does seems to be happening in the same functions that were changed as a result of #345, which fixed #331. So maybe some additional issue was introduced?
I cloned the repo and recompiled the package so that reprex_highlight() would expose a little more of what was happening just by commenting out its abort() condition.