handler_debug: Progression Handler: Progress Reported as Debug Information...

Description Usage Arguments Appearance Examples

View source: R/handler_debug.R

Description

Progression Handler: Progress Reported as Debug Information (Text) in the Terminal

Usage

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handler_debug(
  interval = getOption("progressr.interval", 0),
  intrusiveness = getOption("progressr.intrusiveness.debug", 0),
  target = "terminal",
  uuid = FALSE,
  ...
)

Arguments

interval

(numeric) The minimum time (in seconds) between successive progression updates from this handler.

intrusiveness

(numeric) A non-negative scalar on how intrusive (disruptive) the reporter to the user.

target

(character vector) Specifies where progression updates are rendered.

uuid

If TRUE, then the progressor UUID and the owner UUID are shown, otherwise not (default).

...

Additional arguments passed to make_progression_handler().

Appearance

Below is how this progress handler renders by default at 0%, 30% and 99% progress:

With handlers(handler_debug()):

[21:27:11.236] (0.000s => +0.001s) initiate: 0/100 (+0) '' {clear=TRUE, enabled=TRUE, status=}
[21:27:11.237] (0.001s => +0.000s) update: 0/100 (+0) 'Starting' {clear=TRUE, enabled=TRUE, status=}
[21:27:14.240] (3.004s => +0.002s) update: 30/100 (+30) 'Importing' {clear=TRUE, enabled=TRUE, status=}
[21:27:16.245] (5.009s => +0.001s) update: 100/100 (+70) 'Summarizing' {clear=TRUE, enabled=TRUE, status=}
[21:27:16.246] (5.010s => +0.003s) update: 100/100 (+0) 'Summarizing' {clear=TRIE, enabled=TRUE, status=}

Examples

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handlers("debug")
with_progress({ y <- slow_sum(1:10) })
print(y)

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