This is a basic example :
cran_incoming <- cransays::take_snapshot()
historical_data <- cransays::download_history()
Code originally adapted from https://github.com/edgararuiz/cran-stages That repository features an interesting analysis of CRAN incoming folder, including a diagram of the process deducted from that analysis.
foghorn package, to summarize CRAN Check Results in the Terminal, provides an
foghorn::cran_incoming() function to where your package stands in the CRAN incoming queue.
The cransubs website provides a similar dashboard by taking a completely different technical approach. Instead of downloading the queue data and rendering the dashboard as a static site, it fetches the data on the fly and as needed. It is particularly well suited if you wish more regular updates than the hourly schedule of cransays, but it doesn't provide snapshots of historical data.
If you wanna increase the chance of a smooth submission, check out this collaborative list of things to know before submitting to CRAN.
Wanna report a bug or suggest a feature? Great stuff! For more information on how to contribute check out our contributing guide.
Please note that this R package is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this package project you agree to abide by its terms.
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