An rhub_check object holds status and results of rhub checks

Usage

ch <- rhub_check$new(ids = NULL, status = NULL, group = NULL)
ch$update()
ch$print(...)
ch$browse(which = NULL)
ch$urls(which = NULL)
ch$livelog(which = 1)
ch$cran_summary()

Arguments

  • ch An rhub check object. It can be created using check(), and other check functions including check_for_cran. See also last_check().

  • ids Character vector of check ids.

  • status Check status for ids or group.

  • group Check group id, string scalar. Either group or ids must be non-NULL.

  • ... Extra arguments are currently ignored.

  • which Which check to show, if the object contains multiple checks. For browse the default is all checks. For livelog the default is the first check. A check can be selected via its number or id.

Details

An rhub_check object can be created by check(), list_my_checks(), or list_package_checks(). last_check() returns the last check(s) submitted from the current R session. Do not confuse rhub_check/rhub_check_for_cran (classes) with check() or check_for_cran() (functions).

ch$update() updates the status of the check. Printing the check status to the screen does not perform an update, unless the status of the check(s) is unknown.

ch$print() prints the status of the check(s) to the screen.

ch$cran_summary() prints text to be copy-pasted in cran-comments.md, it is especially useful on the output of check_for_cran().

ch$browse() opens a tab or window in the default web browser, that points to the detailed logs of the check(s).

ch$urls() return a tibble::tibble with URL to the html log, text log and artifacts of the check(s).

For both ch$browse() and ch$urls(), note that the logs and artifacts are not kept forever, they are accessible for a few days after submission.

ch$livelog() shows the live log of the check. The live log can be interrupted using the usual interruption keyboard shortcut, usually CTRL+c or ESC.