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If .name_repair is a function, no repair messages are shown #763

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@krlmlr krlmlr commented Apr 17, 2020

Otherwise there's no way to silence them.

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@lionel- lionel- commented Apr 17, 2020

Should this be an upstream fix?

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@krlmlr krlmlr commented Apr 17, 2020

I think so.

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tibble 3.0.1

- `[<-.tbl_df()` coerces matrices to data frames (#762).

- Use delayed import for cli to work around unload problems in downstream packages (#754).

- More soft-deprecation warnings are actually visible.

- If `.name_repair` is a function, no repair messages are shown (#763).

- Remove superseded signal for `as_tibble.list()`, because `as_tibble_row()` only works for size 1.

- `as_tibble(validate = )` now always triggers a deprecation warning.

- Subsetting and subassignment of rows with one-column matrices work again, with a deprecation warning (#760).

- Attempts to update a tibble row with an atomic vector give a clearer error message. Recycling message for subassignment appears only if target size is != 1.

- Tweak title of "Invariants" vignette.
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