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Kevin Feasel



Steph Locke shows how to create a package in R:

Then we need to add github repository to our project. I use the git command line for this:

git remote add origin
git push --set-upstream origin master

With just these things, I have a package that contains the unit test framework, documentation stubs, continuous integration and test coverage, and source control.

That is all you need to do to get things going!

This is great timing for me, as I’m starting to look at packaging internal code.  Also, it’s great timing because it includes dinosaurs.

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