The Julia code for an evaluator maintains a dictionary,
RJuliaParams, of named parameters used to control
various evaluation details. These and any other desired options can be queried and/or set by calls to
arguments to the corresponding method for an evaluator object.
The evaluator object to use. By default, and usually, the current evaluator.
The function behaves essentially like the
options() function in R itself, returning a list of the current entries
corresponding to unnamed character arguments and setting the parameters named to the value in the corresponding named argument
If no parameter corresponding to a name has been set, requesting the corresponding returned value is
NULL in R.
A named list of those parameters requested (as unnamed character string arguments). If none, an empty list. Note that options are always returned converted to R, not as proxyies.
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