[Rd] suppress *specific* warnings?

From: Ben Bolker <bbolker_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2012 15:28:03 -0400

  Not desperately important, but nice to have and possibly of use to others, is the ability to suppress specific warnings rather than suppressing warnings indiscriminately. I often know of a specific warning that I want to ignore (because I know that's it's a false positive/ignorable), but the current design of suppressWarnings() forces me to ignore *any* warnings coming from the expression.

  I started to write a new version that would check and, if supplied with a regular expression, would only block matching warnings and otherwise would produce the warnings as usual, but I don't quite know enough about what I'm doing: see ??? in expression below.

  Can anyone help, or suggest pointers to relevant examples/documentation (I've looked at demo(error.catching), which isn't helping me ... ?)

suppressWarnings2 <- function(expr,regex=NULL) {

    opts <- options(warn = -1)
    withCallingHandlers(expr, warning = function(w) {

        ## browser()
        if (is.null(regex) || grepl(w[["message"]],regex)) {
        } else {

## ? what do I here to get the warning issued?
## browser()
## computeRestarts() shows "browser",
## "muffleWarning", and "abort" ...
options(opts) warning(w$message)
## how can I get back from here to the calling point
## *without* muffling warnings ... ?



  It seems to me I'd like to have a restart option that just returns to the point where the warning was caught, *without* muffling warnings ... ? But I don't quite understand how to set one up ...

  Ben Bolker

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