all_labels: Get all chunk labels in a document

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all_labelsR Documentation

Get all chunk labels in a document


The function all_labels() returns all chunk labels as a character vector. Optionally, you can specify a series of conditions to filter the labels. The function 'all_rcpp_labels()' is a wrapper function for all_labels(engine == 'Rcpp').






A vector of R expressions, each of which should return TRUE or FALSE. The expressions are evaluated using the local chunk options of each code chunk as the environment, which means global chunk options are not considered when evaluating these expressions. For example, if you set the global chunk option opts_chunk$set(purl = TRUE), all_labels(purl == TRUE) will not return the labels of all code chunks, but will only return the labels of those code chunks that have local chunk options purl = TRUE.


For example, suppose the condition expression is engine == 'Rcpp', the object engine is the local chunk option engine. If an expression fails to be evaluated (e.g. when a certain object does not exist), FALSE is returned and the label for this chunk will be filtered out.


A character vector.


Empty code chunks are always ignored, including those chunks that are empty in the original document but filled with code using chunk options such as ref.label or code.


# the examples below are meaningless unless you put them in a knitr document
all_labels(engine == "Rcpp")
all_labels(echo == FALSE && results != "hide")
# or separate the two conditions
all_labels(echo == FALSE, results != "hide")

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