Packrat is a tool for managing the R packages your project depends on in an isolated, portable, and reproducible way.
Use packrat to make your R projects more:
Isolated: Installing a new or updated package for one project won't break your other projects, and vice versa. That's because packrat gives each project its own private package library.
Portable: Easily transport your projects from one computer to another, even across different platforms. Packrat makes it easy to install the packages your project depends on.
Reproducible: Packrat records the exact package versions you depend on, and ensures those exact versions are the ones that get installed wherever you go.
init to create a new packrat project,
snapshot to record changes to your project's library, and
restore to recreate your library the way it was the last time you
(or anyone!) took a snapshot.
Using these simple functions and sharing packrat's files lets you collaborate in a shared, consistent environment with others as your project grows and changes, and provides an easy way to share your results when you're done.
A packrat project contains a few extra files and directories. The
init function creates these files for you, if they don't
Private package library for this project.
Source packages of all the dependencies that packrat has been made aware of.
Lists the precise package versions that were used to satisfy dependencies, including dependencies of dependencies. (This file should never be edited by hand!)
Directs R to use the private package library (when it is started from the project directory).
Packrat is designed to work hand in hand with Git, Subversion, or any other
version control system. Be sure to check in the
packrat.lock files, and everything under
packrat/src/. You can tell your VCS to ignore
feel free to check it in if you don't mind taking up some extra space in your
## Not run: # Create a new packrat project from an existing directory of \R code init() # Install a package and take a snapshot of the new state of the library install.packages("TTR") snapshot() # Accidentally remove a package and restore to add it back remove.packages("TTR") restore() ## End(Not run)
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