read.config: Read from the file (JSON/INI/YAML/TOML be supported),...

Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

View source: R/read.R

Description

Read from the file (JSON/INI/YAML/TOML be supported), retreiving all values as a list.

Usage

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read.config(file = Sys.getenv("R_CONFIGFILE_ACTIVE", "config.cfg"),
  extra.list = list(), other.config = "", rcmd.parse = FALSE,
  bash.parse = FALSE, glue.parse = FALSE, glue.flag = "!!glue",
  global.vars.field = "global_vars", file.type = NULL, ...)

Arguments

file

File name of configuration file to read from. Defaults to the value of the 'R_CONFIGFILE_ACTIVE' environment variable ('config.cfg' if the variable does not exist and JSON/INI/YAML/TOML format only)

extra.list

A list that can replace the configuration file 'debug' by list(debug = 'TRUE'), and debug will be setted to 'TRUE'

other.config

Path of another configuration file that can replace the configuration file 'key:value'

rcmd.parse

Logical wheather parse '@>@str_replace('abc', 'b', 'c')@<@' that existed in config to 'acc'

bash.parse

Logical wheather parse '#>#echo $HOME#<#' in config to your HOME PATH

glue.parse

Logical wheather parse '!!glue1:5' in config to ['1','2','3','4','5']; ['nochange', '!!glue(1:5)', 'nochange'] => ['nochange', '1', '2', '3', '4', '5', 'nochange']

glue.flag

A character flage indicating wheater run glue() function to parse (Default is !!glue)

global.vars.field

All vars defined in global.vars.field will as the extra.list params [gloval_var]

file.type

Default is no need to specify the variable, file.type will be automatically identify by get.config.type. If the value be specified, the step of filetype identification will be skipped.

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Arguments for get.config.type, fromJSON, read.ini, yaml.load_file, parseTOML, readLines

Value

All values as a list or logical FALSE indicating that is not standard JSON/INI/YAML/TOML format file

See Also

fromJSON JSON file will read by this

read.ini INI file will read by this

yaml.load_file YAML file will read by this

parseTOML TOML file will read by this

Examples

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config.json <- system.file('extdata', 'config.json', package='configr')
config <- read.config(file=config.json)
config.extra.parsed.1 <- read.config(config.json, list(debug = 'TRUE'))
other.config <- system.file('extdata', 'config.other.yaml', package='configr')
config.extra.parsed.2 <- read.config(config.json, list(debug = 'TRUE'), other.config)

Miachol/configr documentation built on Nov. 16, 2018, 5:23 p.m.