R/output.r

Defines functions stop_bad_handlers check_handlers new_output_handler render classes new_source new_value is.recordedplot is.source is.value is.error is.warning is.message

Documented in is.error is.message is.recordedplot is.source is.value is.warning new_output_handler

#' Object class tests
#' @export is.message is.warning is.error is.value is.source is.recordedplot
#' @aliases is.message is.warning is.error is.value is.source is.recordedplot
#' @keywords internal
#' @rdname is.message
is.message <- function(x) inherits(x, "message")
#' @rdname is.message
is.warning <- function(x) inherits(x, "warning")
#' @rdname is.message
is.error <- function(x) inherits(x, "error")
#' @rdname is.message
is.value <- function(x) inherits(x, "value")
#' @rdname is.message
is.source <- function(x) inherits(x, "source")
#' @rdname is.message
is.recordedplot <- function(x) inherits(x, "recordedplot")

new_value <- function(value, visible = TRUE) {
  structure(list(value = value, visible = visible), class = "value")
}

new_source <- function(src) {
  structure(list(src = src), class = "source")
}

classes <- function(x) vapply(x, function(x) class(x)[1], character(1))

render <- function(x) if (isS4(x)) methods::show(x) else print(x)

#' Custom output handlers.
#'
#' An `output_handler` handles the results of [evaluate()],
#' including the values, graphics, conditions. Each type of output is handled by
#' a particular function in the handler object.
#'
#' The handler functions should accept an output object as their first argument.
#' The return value of the handlers is ignored, except in the case of the
#' `value` handler, where a visible return value is saved in the output
#' list.
#'
#' Calling the constructor with no arguments results in the default handler,
#' which mimics the behavior of the console by printing visible values.
#'
#' Note that recursion is common: for example, if `value` does any
#' printing, then the `text` or `graphics` handlers may be called.
#'
#' @param source Function to handle the echoed source code under evaluation.
#' @param text Function to handle any textual console output.
#' @param graphics Function to handle graphics, as returned by
#'   [recordPlot()].
#' @param message Function to handle [message()] output.
#' @param warning Function to handle [warning()] output.
#' @param error Function to handle [stop()] output.
#' @param value Function to handle the values returned from evaluation. If it
#'   only has one argument, only visible values are handled; if it has more
#'   arguments, the second argument indicates whether the value is visible.
#' @param calling_handlers List of [calling handlers][withCallingHandlers].
#'   These handlers have precedence over the exiting handler installed
#'   by [evaluate()] when `stop_on_error` is set to 0.
#' @return A new `output_handler` object
#' @aliases output_handler
#' @export
new_output_handler <- function(source = identity,
                               text = identity, graphics = identity,
                               message = identity, warning = identity,
                               error = identity, value = render,
                               calling_handlers = list()) {
  source <- match.fun(source)
  stopifnot(length(formals(source)) >= 1)
  text <- match.fun(text)
  stopifnot(length(formals(text)) >= 1)
  graphics <- match.fun(graphics)
  stopifnot(length(formals(graphics)) >= 1)
  message <- match.fun(message)
  stopifnot(length(formals(message)) >= 1)
  warning <- match.fun(warning)
  stopifnot(length(formals(warning)) >= 1)
  error <- match.fun(error)
  stopifnot(length(formals(error)) >= 1)
  value <- match.fun(value)
  stopifnot(length(formals(value)) >= 1)

  check_handlers(calling_handlers)

  structure(list(source = source, text = text, graphics = graphics,
                 message = message, warning = warning, error = error,
                 value = value, calling_handlers = calling_handlers),
            class = "output_handler")
}

check_handlers <- function(x) {
  if (!is.list(x)) {
    stop_bad_handlers()
  }

  if (!length(x)) {
    return()
  }

  names <- names(x)
  if (!is.character(names) || anyNA(names) || any(names == "")) {
    stop_bad_handlers()
  }

  for (elt in x) {
    if (!is.function(elt)) {
      stop_bad_handlers()
    }
  }
}
stop_bad_handlers <- function() {
  stop(simpleError(
    "`calling_handlers` must be a named list of functions.",
    call = call("new_output_handler")
  ))
}

default_output_handler <- new_output_handler()

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evaluate documentation built on March 18, 2022, 6:45 p.m.