install_bitbucket

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Install a package directly from bitbucket

This function is vectorised so you can install multiple packages in a single command.

Usage
install_bitbucket(repo, username, ref = "master", subdir = NULL,
  quiet = FALSE, auth_user = NULL, password = NULL, ...)
Arguments
repo

Repository address in the format username/repo[/subdir][@ref|#pull]. Alternatively, you can specify subdir and/or ref using the respective parameters (see below); if both are specified, the values in repo take precedence.

username

User name. Deprecated: please include username in the repo

ref

Desired git reference; could be a commit, tag, or branch name. Defaults to master.

subdir

subdirectory within repo that contains the R package.

quiet

if TRUE suppresses output from this function.

auth_user

your account username if you're attempting to install a package hosted in a private repository (and your username is different to username)

password

your password

...

Other arguments passed on to install.

See Also

Bitbucket API docs: https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucket/use-the-bitbucket-cloud-rest-apis-222724129.html

Other package installation: install_bioc, install_cran, install_github, install_git, install_svn, install_url, install_version, install, uninstall

Aliases
  • install_bitbucket
Examples
# NOT RUN {
install_bitbucket("sulab/mygene.r@default")
install_bitbucket("dannavarro/lsr-package")
# }
Documentation reproduced from package devtools, version 1.13.3, License: GPL (>= 2)

Community examples

luisfsantana_20@yahoo.com.br at Mar 8, 2017 devtools v1.12.0

install_bitbucket("netsuperdev/yandehmand", auth_user = luis.santana@yandeh.com.br", password = "xxxxxx")