issue_* family of functions allows you to perform common operations on
GitHub issues from within R. They're designed to help you efficiently deal
with large numbers of issues, particularly motivated by the challenges faced
by the tidyverse team.
issue_close_community() closes an issue, because it's not a bug report or
feature request, and points the author towards RStudio Community as a
better place to discuss usage (https://community.rstudio.com).
issue_reprex_needed() labels the issue with the "reprex" label and
gives the author some advice about what is needed.
issue_close_community(number, reprex = FALSE) issue_reprex_needed(number)
Does the issue also need a reprex?
Unlike GitHub's "saved replies", these functions can:
Be shared between people
Perform other actions, like labelling, or closing
Have additional arguments
Include randomness (like friendly gifs)
## Not run: issue_close_community(12, reprex = TRUE) issue_reprex_needed(241) ## End(Not run)
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