oneliner – a new style guide for styler

March 31, 2018
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I am happy to introduce oneliner, a package that implements the one-line-style as a third-party style guide ready to use with styler. Hence, after the tidyverse style guide, this is the first third-party style guide for styler I am aware of – and a particularly useful one.
Let’s see an example
# remotes::install_github("lorenzwalthert/oneliner") library(oneliner) style_text( "sum <- function(x, y) { x + # hi y } 1 + 1", style = one_line_style ) ## sum<-function(x,y){x+y};1+1 As you can guess from the name and the code above, the style guide has three rules only:

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