eval.with.error.trace: Evals the expression such that if an error is encountered a...

Description Usage Arguments Value

View source: R/restorepoint.R

Description

This function is mostly useful within a tryCatch clause Adapted from code in tools:::.try_quietly as suggested by Kurt Hornik in the following message https://stat.ethz.ch/pipermail/r-devel/2005-September/034546.html

Usage

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  eval.with.error.trace(expr, max.lines = 4,
    remove.early.calls = 0,
    error.string.fun = function(e, tb) {
        if (length(tb) > 0) {
            paste0(as.character(e), "\nCall sequence:\n", paste(tb, collapse = "\n"), "\n")
        }     else {         paste0(as.character(e), "\n")
        } })

Arguments

expr

the expression to be evaluated

max.lines

as in traceback()

error.string.fun

a function(e,tb) that takes as arguments an error e and a string vector tb of the stack trace resulting from a call to calls.to.trace() and returns a string with the extended error message

Value

If no error occurs the value of expr, otherwise an error is thrown with an error message that contains the stack trace of the error.


restorepoint documentation built on May 31, 2017, 1:42 a.m.