envir is a small R package with a handful of functions designed for managing R environments.
The main exported functions are:
import_from(x, ...): Import objects from
x into the current environment.
x can be:
A package name
import_from(magrittr, `%<>%`, `%>%`)
import_from(dplyr, "*") # all exported functions
?import_from for extended usage examples.
include(): A vectorized wrapper around
base::sys.source that defaults to sourcing in the current frame.
attach_eval(): Evaluate an R script or expression in an attached environment
within() S3 methods for R environments.
You can install the released version of envir from CRAN with:
Or install the development version with:
if (!requireNamespace("remotes", quietly = TRUE)) install.packages("remotes") remotes::install_github("t-kalinowski/envir")
R has excellent support for managing environments already, but some of the defaults encourage usage patterns that don't scale well to larger code bases.
Other solutions developed for managing R environments:
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