This function uploads an HTML file to rpubs.com. If the upload succeeds a
list that includes an
continueUrl is returned. A browser
should be opened to the
continueUrl to complete publishing of the
document. If an error occurs then a diagnostic message is returned in the
error element of the list.
The title of the document.
The path to the HTML file to upload.
If this upload is an update of an existing document then the id
parameter should specify the document id to update. Note that the id is
provided as an element of the list returned by successful calls to
A named list containing additional document properties (RPubs doesn't currently expect any additional properties, this parameter is reserved for future use).
Method to be used for uploading. "internal" uses a plain http
socket connection; "curl" uses the curl binary to do an https upload;
"rcurl" uses the RCurl package to do an https upload; and "auto" uses the
best available method searched for in the following order: "curl", "rcurl",
and then "internal". The global default behavior can be configured by
A named list. If the upload was successful then the list contains a
id element that can be used to subsequently update the document as
well as a
continueUrl element that provides a URL that a browser
should be opened to in order to complete publishing of the document. If the
upload fails then the list contains an
error element which contains
an explanation of the error that occurred.
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## Not run: # upload a document result <- rpubsUpload("My document title", "Document.html") if (!is.null(result$continueUrl)) browseURL(result$continueUrl) else stop(result$error) # update the same document with a new title updateResult <- rpubsUpload("My updated title", "Document.html", result$id) ## End(Not run)
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