Recently Dirk Eddelbuettel pointed out that our
R function debugging wrappers would be more convenient if they were available in a low-dependency micro package dedicated to little else. Dirk is a very smart person, and like most
R users we are deeply in his debt; so we (Nina Zumel and myself) listened and immediately moved the wrappers into a new micro-package:
Image: Friedensreich Hundertwasser
wrapris a deliberately limited package. It does two things:
- It supplies
Rargument capture function debug wrappers (previously distributed in
replyr). We have a short introduction here. We have also snuck in some improvements in how results are written back (detailed in the vignette).
- It supplies the “
let” execution macro (previously distributed in
let” wraps convenient “non-standard name capture” interfaces into easier to program over “standard or parametric interfaces.” We have a short introduction here.
Future versions of
WVPlots will re-export these functions. This means going forward there will be only one version of these functions, yet older code written against them should continue to work (in particular: all of our previous writing and videos demonstrating the methods).
Both of the
wrapr techniques (
let-wrapping and debug-wrapping) are quite powerful and can greatly speed up your ability to write and debug
R code. Please give these methods a try, and also please tell others about the