These helpers follow tidyverse conventions which are generally a little stricter than the defaults, reflecting the need for greater rigor in commonly used packages.

use_tidy_github_actions()

create_tidy_package(path, name = "RStudio")

use_tidy_description()

use_tidy_eval()

use_tidy_contributing()

use_tidy_support()

use_tidy_issue_template()

use_tidy_coc()

use_tidy_github()

use_tidy_style(strict = TRUE)

use_tidy_release_test_env()

## Arguments

path A path. If it exists, it is used. If it does not exist, it is created, provided that the parent path exists. Name of the copyright holder or holders. Separate multiple individuals with ;. You can supply a global default with options(usethis.full_name = "My name"). Boolean indicating whether or not a strict version of styling should be applied. See styler::tidyverse_style() for details.

## Details

• use_tidy_github_actions(): Sets up the following workflows using GitHub Actions:

• Runs R CMD check on the current release, devel, and four previous versions of R.

• Adds adds two commands to be used in pull requests: /document to run roxygen2::roxygenise() and update the PR, and /style to run styler::style_pkg() and update the PR.

• Builds a pkgdown site for the package.

• create_tidy_package(): creates a new package, immediately applies as many of the tidyverse conventions as possible, issues a few reminders, and activates the new package.

• use_tidy_description(): puts fields in standard order and alphabetises dependencies.

• use_tidy_eval(): imports a standard set of helpers to facilitate programming with the tidy eval toolkit.

• use_tidy_style(): styles source code according to the tidyverse style guide. This function will overwrite files! See below for usage advice.

• use_tidy_contributing(): adds standard tidyverse contributing guidelines.

• use_tidy_issue_template(): adds a standard tidyverse issue template.

• use_tidy_release_test_env(): updates the test environment section in cran-comments.md.

• use_tidy_support(): adds a standard description of support resources for the tidyverse.

• use_tidy_coc(): equivalent to use_code_of_conduct(), but puts the document in a .github/ subdirectory.

• use_tidy_github(): convenience wrapper that calls use_tidy_contributing(), use_tidy_issue_template(), use_tidy_support(), use_tidy_coc().

## use_tidy_style()

Uses the styler package package to style all code in a package, project, or directory, according to the tidyverse style guide.

Warning: This function will overwrite files! It is strongly suggested to only style files that are under version control or to first create a backup copy.

Invisibly returns a data frame with one row per file, that indicates whether styling caused a change.