This function is vectorised on
repo so you can install multiple
packages in a single command. Like other remotes the repository will skip
force == FALSE (the default) and the remote state has
not changed since the previous installation.
install_gitlab( repo, subdir = NULL, auth_token = gitlab_pat(quiet), host = "gitlab.com", dependencies = NA, upgrade = c("default", "ask", "always", "never"), force = FALSE, quiet = FALSE, build = TRUE, build_opts = c("--no-resave-data", "--no-manual", "--no-build-vignettes"), build_manual = FALSE, build_vignettes = FALSE, repos = getOption("repos"), type = getOption("pkgType"), ... )
Repository address in the format
Subdirectory within repo that contains the R package.
To install from a private repo, generate a personal access token (PAT) with at least read_api scope in https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/user/profile/personal_access_tokens.html and supply to this argument. This is safer than using a password because you can easily delete a PAT without affecting any others. Defaults to the GITLAB_PAT environment variable.
GitLab API host to use. Override with your GitLab enterprise
hostname, for example,
The PROTOCOL is required by packrat during RStudio Connect deployment. While
install_gitlab may work without, omitting it generally
leads to package restoration errors.
Which dependencies do you want to check? Can be a character vector (selecting from "Depends", "Imports", "LinkingTo", "Suggests", or "Enhances"), or a logical vector.
TRUE is shorthand for "Depends", "Imports", "LinkingTo" and
NA is shorthand for "Depends", "Imports" and "LinkingTo"
and is the default.
FALSE is shorthand for no dependencies (i.e.
just check this package, not its dependencies).
The value "soft" means the same as
TRUE, "hard" means the same as
You can also specify dependencies from one or more additional fields, common ones include:
Config/Needs/website - for dependencies used in building the pkgdown site.
Config/Needs/coverage for dependencies used in calculating test coverage.
Should package dependencies be upgraded? One of "default", "ask", "always", or "never". "default"
respects the value of the
R_REMOTES_UPGRADE environment variable if set,
and falls back to "ask" if unset. "ask" prompts the user for which out of
date packages to upgrade. For non-interactive sessions "ask" is equivalent
FALSE are also accepted and correspond to
"always" and "never" respectively.
Force installation, even if the remote state has not changed since the previous install.
TRUE, suppress output.
TRUE build the package before installing.
Options to pass to
R CMD build, only used when
FALSE, don't build PDF manual ('--no-manual').
FALSE, don't build package vignettes ('--no-build-vignettes').
A character vector giving repositories to use.
Type of package to
Other arguments passed on to