[R] set ignore flags for R CMD check

From: Arjun Ravi Narayan <arjunravinarayan_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 14 May 2007 12:14:16 -0400


Hi,

I want to create an R package, with an Rnw file, and distribute it. However, I have restrictions on certain parts of my data, so I have a makefile which deletes the specific data upon creation of the package. However, I want my package (including the Rnw file which now references the deleted data), to pass an R CMD check. Is there a way to set up the package to not re-check that Rnw file?

One way I thought of was to have the Rnw file renamed and put in as a documentation, so that it is still referencable as a documentation file, but is there a better way to flag R CMD check on what it should ignore?

Sincerely,
Arjun Ravi Narayan
arjunravinarayan_at_gmail.com



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