package_info

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Information about the currently loaded packages, or about a chosen set

Information about the currently loaded packages, or about a chosen set

Usage
package_info(pkgs = NULL, include_base = FALSE)
Arguments
pkgs

Either a vector of package names or NULL. If NULL, displays all loaded packages. If a character vector, also, includes all dependencies of the package.

include_base

Include base packages in summary? By default this is false since base packages should always match the R version.

Value

A data frame with columns: * `package`: package name. * `loadedversion`: package version. This is the version of the loaded namespace if `pkgs` is `NULL`, and it is the version of the package on disk otherwise. The two of them are almost always the same, though. * `ondiskversion`: package version (on the disk, which is sometimes not the same as the loaded version). * `path`: path to the package on disk. * `attached`: logical, whether the package is attached to the search path. * `is_base`: logical, whether the package is a base package. * `date`: the date the package was installed or built. * `source`: where the package was installed from. E.g. `CRAN`, `GitHub`, `local` (from the local machine), etc.

See [session_info()] for the description of the *printed* columns by `package_info` (as opposed to the *returned* columns).

Aliases
  • package_info
Examples
# NOT RUN {
package_info()
package_info("sessioninfo")
# }
Documentation reproduced from package sessioninfo, version 1.0.0, License: GPL-2

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