This is a convenience function that assigns the input object a class named
knit_asis, so that knitr will treat it as is (the effect is the
same as the chunk option
results = 'asis') when it is written to the
asis_output(x, meta = NULL, cacheable = NA)
An R object. Typically a character string, or an object which can
be converted to a character string via
Additional metadata of the object to be printed. The metadata
will be collected when the object is printed, and accessible via
Boolean indicating whether this object is cacheable. If
This function is normally used in a custom S3 method based on the printing
cacheable argument, you need to be careful when printing the
object involves non-trivial side effects, in which case it is strongly
recommended to use
cacheable = FALSE to instruct knitr that this
object should not be cached using the chunk option
cache = TRUE,
otherwise the side effects will be lost the next time the chunk is knitted.
For example, printing a shiny input element or an HTML widget in an R
libraries or stylesheets, and the metadata may be lost if we cache the code
chunk, because the code evaluation will be skipped the next time. This
particular issue has been solved in knitr after v1.13 (the metadata
will be saved and loaded automatically when caching is enabled), but not all
metadata can be saved and loaded next time and still works in the new R
This function only works in top-level R expressions, and it will not work when it is called inside another expression, such as a for-loop. See https://github.com/yihui/knitr/issues/1137 for a discussion.
# see ?knit_print
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