You can create your own
comments_pkg_name function by linking it to a Google Form using
something along the lines of the code below:
# create function form <- "your_google_form_url" comments_pkg_name <- googleformr::gformr(form , custom_reply = "Thanks for supporting pkg_name")
Note: it is recommended to call your comments function some clearly signalling a comment purpose but also something specific to your package.
So a function name following the pattern
comments_pkg_name should get the best of easy
IntelliSense auto-complete and distinguishability from other packages using the same
Once you rebuild your package and post it to github or CRAN, your useRs can send comments directly to you from the R console by simply putting their comments into your comments function.
You can test that your new
comments_pkg_name function works by:
check_form_worksfunction like so:
check_form_works( comments_pkg_name("test") ). Either "All good" will appear or a specific http status message describing the error.
You can also extract Google Form question text or entry points using to make sure you can bring back the same information as is on your form:
# questions form <- "your_google_form_url" form %>% get_form() %>% get_form_questions() # entry ids form %>% get_form() %>% get_form_entry_ids()
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