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List Recent Bug Fixes

List all bug fixes in a package, starting from a certain date or version of the package. Fixes are sorted alphabetically by the name of the affected function. The default is to list bug fixes in the latest version of the spatstat package.

Keywords
documentation
Usage
bugfixes(sinceversion = NULL, sincedate = NULL,
           package = "spatstat", show = TRUE)
Arguments
sinceversion

Earliest version of package for which bugs should be listed. The default is the current installed version.

sincedate

Earliest release date of package for which bugs should be listed. A character string or a date-time object.

package

Character string. The name of the package for which bugs are to be listed.

show

Logical value indicating whether to display the bug table on the terminal.

Details

Bug reports are extracted from the NEWS file of the specified package. Only those after a specified date, or after a specified version of the package, are retained. The bug reports are then sorted alphabetically, so that all bugs affecting a particular function are listed consecutively. Finally the table of bug reports is displayed (if show=TRUE) and returned invisibly.

The argument sinceversion should be a character string like "1.2-3". The default is the current installed version of the package. The argument sincedata should be a character string like "2015-05-27", or a date-time object.

Typing bugfixes without parentheses will display a table of all bug fixes in the current installed version of spatstat.

Value

A data frame, belonging to the class "bugtable", which has its own print method.

See Also

latest.news, news.

Aliases
  • bugfixes
Examples
# NOT RUN {
   bugfixes
   ## show all bugs reported after publication of the spatstat book
   if(interactive()) bugfixes("1.42-0")
# }
Documentation reproduced from package spatstat, version 1.56-1, License: GPL (>= 2)

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