import: An Import Mechanism for R
Version 1.1.0

This is an alternative mechanism for importing objects from packages. The syntax allows for importing multiple objects from a package with a single command in an expressive way. The import package bridges some of the gap between using library (or require) and direct (single-object) imports. Furthermore the imported objects are not placed in the current environment. It is also possible to import objects from stand-alone .R files. For more information, refer to the package vignette.

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AuthorStefan Milton Bache
Date of publication2015-06-22 01:47:36
MaintainerStefan Milton Bache <stefan@stefanbache.dk>
LicenseMIT + file LICENSE
Version1.1.0
URL https://github.com/smbache/import
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("import")

Man pages

import: An Import Mechanism for R
importfunctions: Import objects from a package.
make_import_call: Make an import call object.
symbol_as_character: Convert a possible symbol to character.
symbol_list: Process a symbol list provided passed as ellipses

Functions

from Man page Source code
here Man page Source code
import Man page
import-package Man page
into Man page Source code
is_script Source code
make_import_call Man page Source code
modified Source code
onAttach Source code
suppress_output Source code
symbol_as_character Man page Source code
symbol_list Man page Source code

Files

inst
inst/doc
inst/doc/import.html
inst/doc/import.Rmd
inst/doc/import.R
NAMESPACE
NEWS
R
R/suppress_output.R
R/is_script.R
R/make_import_call.R
R/here.R
R/scripts.R
R/import.R
R/symbol_list.R
R/modified.R
R/from.R
R/into.R
R/symbol_as_character.R
R/zzz.R
vignettes
vignettes/import.md
vignettes/import.Rmd
vignettes/import.png
MD5
README
build
build/vignette.rds
DESCRIPTION
man
man/symbol_list.Rd
man/import.Rd
man/symbol_as_character.Rd
man/importfunctions.Rd
man/make_import_call.Rd
LICENSE
import documentation built on May 19, 2017, 7:22 a.m.