A new minor release of littler is available now.
Several examples were added or extended:
check.rto check a source tarball with
R CMD checkafter loading required packages first (and a good use case was given in the recent UBSAN testing with Rocker post);
install2.rwhereby source tarballs are recognized and installed directly
install2.rto set repos and lib location.
See the littler examples page for more details.
Another useful change is that
r now reads either one (or both) of
~/.littler.r. These are interpreted as standard R files, allowing users to provide initialization, package loading and more.
The code is available via the GitHub repo, from tarballs off my littler page and the local directory here. A fresh package has gone to the incoming queue at Debian; Michael Rutter will probably have new Ubuntu binaries at CRAN in a few days too.
Comments and suggestions are welcome via the mailing list or issue tracker at the GitHub repo.