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Edit Calls In Unitizer

Used if you want to change language in test expression in a unitizer when the actual results of running the expressions is unchanged. This is useful if you decided to rename functions, etc., without having to re-run the entire unitize process since unitize matches tests based on expressions.

Usage
editCalls(x, lang.old, lang.new, ...)

# S4 method for unitizer,language,language editCalls(x, lang.old, lang.new, interactive.only = TRUE, ...)

Arguments
x

a unitizer object

lang.old

the name of the function replace

lang.new

the new name of the function

...

unused

interactive.only

logical(1L) set to FALSE if you want to allow this to run in non-interactive mode, but warnings will be suppressed and will proceed without prompting, obviously...

Value

a untizer object with function names modifies

Note

this is a somewhat experimental function, so make sure you backup any unitizers before you try to use it.

Aliases
  • editCalls
  • editCalls,unitizer,language,language-method
Examples
# NOT RUN {
untz <- get_unitizer("tests/unitizer/mytests.unitizer")
untz.edited <- editCalls(untz, quote(myFun), quote(my_fun))
set_unitizer("tests/unitizer/mytests.unitizer", untz.edited)
# }
Documentation reproduced from package unitizer, version 1.4.8, License: GPL (>= 2)

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