utils::sessionInfo() re-written from scratch to both exclude
data that's rarely useful (e.g., the full collate string or base packages
loaded) and include stuff you'd like to know (e.g., where a package was
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Which packages to show. It may be:
Include base packages in summary? By default this is false since base packages should always match the R version.
What information to show, it can be
Whether to include the (recursive) dependencies
as well. See the
Whether to print the session information to a file.
Columns in the printed package list:
package: package name
*: whether the package is attached to the search path
version: package version. If the version is marked with
means that the loaded and the on-disk version of the package are
date: when the package was built, if this information is available.
This is the
Date/Publication or the
Built field from
DESCRIPTION. (These are usually added automatically by R.)
Sometimes this data is not available, then it is
source: where the package was built or installed from, if available.
CRAN (R 3.3.2),
package_info() for the list of columns in the data frame that
is returned (as opposed to printed).
to_file is not
FALSE then it is
returned invisibly. (To print it to both a file and to the screen,
(session_info(to_file = TRUE)).)
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