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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 3.1.4, Package name: R-tibble-3.1.4, Maintainer: minskim

Provides a 'tbl_df' class (the 'tibble') that provides stricter
checking and better formatting than the traditional data frame.


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[math/R] [devel/R-crayon] [devel/R-cli] [devel/R-rlang] [misc/R-pillar] [devel/R-pkgconfig] [devel/R-fansi]

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   2021-10-26 12:56:13 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (458)
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   2021-10-07 16:28:36 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (458)
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math: Remove SHA1 hashes for distfiles
   2021-09-20 02:44:28 by Makoto Fujiwara | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
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(math/R-tibble)  Updated 3.1.2 to 3.1.4

# tibble 3.1.4

## Features

- `as.data.frame.tbl_df()` strips inner column names (#837).
- `new_tibble()` allows omitting the `nrow` argument again (#781).

## Documentation

- Move `vignette("digits")`, `vignette("numbers")`, `?num` \ 
and `?char`
  from the pillar package here (#913).
- Replace `iris` by `trees` (#943).
- Various documentation improvements.
- New `?tibble_options` help page (#912).

## Performance

- `x[i, j] <- one_row_value` avoids explicit recycling of the
  right-hand side, the recycling happens implicitly in
  `vctrs::vec_assign()` for performance (#922).

## Internal

- Vignettes are now tested with a snapshot test (#919).
- `new_tibble()` uses `vctrs::new_data_frame()` internally (#726,
  @DavisVaughan).
- Adapt to pillar 1.6.2.
- Fix tests for compatibility with pillar 1.6.2.

# tibble 3.1.3

## Bug fixes

- `tbl[row, col] <- rhs` treats an all-`NA` logical vector as a
  missing value both for existing data (#773) and for the right-hand
  side value (#868). This means that a column initialized with `NA`
  (of type `logical`) will change its type when a row is updated to a
  value of a different type.
- `[[<-()` supports symbols (#893).

## Features

- `as_tibble_row()` supports arbitrary vectors (#797).
- `enframe()` and `deframe()` support arbitrary vectors (#730).
- `tibble()` and `tibble_row()` ignore all columns that evaluate to
  `NULL`, not only those where a verbatim `NULL` is passed (#895,
  #900).
- `new_tibble()` is now faster (#901, @mgirlich).

## Internal

- Establish compatibility with rlang > 0.4.11 (#908).
- Use `pillar::dim_desc()` (#859).
- Establish compatibility with testthat > 3.0.3 (#896, @lionel-).
- Bump required versions of ellipsis and vctrs to avoid warning during
  package load.
   2021-06-07 01:39:26 by Makoto Fujiwara | Files touched by this commit (1)
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(math/R-tibble) Update DEPEDNDS version for R-pillar
   2021-06-06 17:38:02 by Makoto Fujiwara | Files touched by this commit (1)
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(math/R-tibble) correct typo
   2021-06-06 17:36:29 by Makoto Fujiwara | Files touched by this commit (1)
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(math/R-tibble) Add missing two DEPENDS+
   2021-06-05 10:30:24 by Makoto Fujiwara | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
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(math/R-tibble)  Updated 2.1.3 to 3.1.2

# tibble 3.1.2

- Bump required versions of ellipsis and vctrs to avoid warning during package load.

# tibble 3.1.1

- `num()` and `char()` are reexported from pillar (#880).
- `tribble()` and `frame_matrix()` give an error if values are named (#871, \ 
@lorenzwalthert).
- Document `cli.num_colors` option (#410).
- Fix `new_tibble()` examples for compatibility with pillar 1.6.0.

# tibble 3.1.0

## Bug fixes

- `has_rownames()` now works correctly for data frames with a \ 
`"row.names"` attribute malformed due to a problem in `structure()` \ 
(#852).

- `tbl[FALSE, "column"] <- x` adds new column again (#846).

## Features

- Importing pillar 1.5.0, cli and crayon are now suggested packages (#475).

- `size_sum()` is now reexported from pillar (#850, @topepo).

- `as_tibble()` hints more often to use the `.name_repair` argument if column \ 
names are invalid (#855).

- `as_tibble.table()` mentions `.name_repair` argument in the error message (#839).

## Internal

- Remove compatibility code for pillar < 1.5.0 (#861).

- Moved most functions to the "stable" lifecycle (#860).

# tibble 3.0.6

- `vec_ptype_abbr.tbl_df()` and `type_sum.tbl_df()` now uses the name of the \ 
topmost class for subclasses of `"tbl_df"` (#843).
- Ignore errors in `formats.Rmd` vignette.
- Avoid tidy evaluation in pillar compatibility code.

# tibble 3.0.5

- Use testthat edition 3, compatible with testthat 3.0.1 (#827, #832).

# tibble 3.0.4

## Compatibility

- Establish compatibility with upcoming pillar 1.5.0 (#818).

- `tbl_sum()` shows "data frame" instead of "tibble" for \ 
objects inheriting from `"tbl"` but not `"tbl_df"` (#818).

- Register `format.tbl()` and `print.tbl()` methods only if pillar doesn't (#816).

- Use `vctrs::num_as_location()` internally for subset assignment of rows and \ 
columns for better error messages (#746).

- Adapt tests to the development version of testthat.

## Bug fixes

- Fix documentation link to `base::Extract`.

- `add_row(df)` adds an empty row again (#809, @DavisVaughan).

# tibble 3.0.3

- Fix test compatibility with rlang 0.4.7.

- Fix warning about `needs_dots` arguments with pillar >= 1.4.5 (#798).

# tibble 3.0.2

## Bug fixes

- `[[` works with classed indexes again, e.g. created with `glue::glue()` (#778).

- `add_column()` works without warning for 0-column data frames (#786).

- `tribble()` now better handles named inputs (#775) and objects of non-vtrs \ 
classes like `lubridate::Period` (#784) and `formattable::formattable` (#785).

## Performance

- Subsetting and subassignment are faster (#780, #790, #794).

- `is.null()` is preferred over `is_null()` for speed.

- Implement continuous benchmarking (#793).

## Compatibility

- `is_vector_s3()` is no longer reexported from pillar (#789).

# tibble 3.0.1

## Compatibility fixes

- `[<-.tbl_df()` coerces matrices to data frames (#762).

- Use delayed import for cli to work around unload problems in downstream \ 
packages (#754).

## Bug fixes

- More soft-deprecation warnings are actually visible.

- If `.name_repair` is a function, no repair messages are shown (#763).

- Remove superseded signal for `as_tibble.list()`, because `as_tibble_row()` \ 
only works for size 1.

## Enhancements

- `as_tibble(validate = )` now always triggers a deprecation warning.

- Subsetting and subassignment of rows with one-column matrices work again, with \ 
a deprecation warning (#760).

- Attempts to update a tibble row with an atomic vector give a clearer error \ 
message. Recycling message for subassignment appears only if target size is != \ 
1.

- Tweak title of "Invariants" vignette.

# tibble 3.0.0

## Major breaking changes

- Subset assignment ("subassignment") and also subsetting has become \ 
stricter. Symptoms:

    - Error: No common type for ...

    - Error: Assigned data `...` must be compatible with ...

    - `i` must have one dimension, not 2

    - Error: Lossy cast from ... to ...

    The "invariants" article at \ 
https://tibble.tidyverse.org/dev/articles/invariants.html describes the \ 
invariants that the operations follow in tibble, and the most important \ 
differences to data frames. We tried to make subsetting and subassignment as \ 
safe as possible, so that errors are caught early on, while introducing as \ 
little friction as possible.

- List classes are no longer automatically treated as vectors. Symptoms:

    - Error: All columns in a tibble must be vectors

    - Error: Expected a vector, not a `...` object

    If you implement a class that wraps a list as S3 vector, you need to include \ 
`"list"` in the class:

    ```r
    structure(x, class = c("your_s3_class", "list"))
    ```

    Alternatively, implement a `vec_proxy()` method as described in \ 
https://vctrs.r-lib.org/reference/vec_data.html, or construct your class with \ 
`list_of()`.

- Added experimental support for inner names for all columns, of the form \ 
`tibble(a = c(b = 1))`. Inner names are no longer stripped when creating a \ 
tibble. They are maintained for slicing operations but not yet updated when \ 
assigning with a row subscript. This is a change that may break existing \ 
comparison tests that don't expect names in columns (#630). Symptoms:

    - "names for target but not for current" when comparing

## Breaking changes

- `tibble()` now splices anonymous data frames, `tibble(tibble(a = 1), b = a)` \ 
is equivalent to `tibble(a = 1, b = a)`. This means that `tibble(iris)` now has \ 
five columns, use `tibble(iris = iris)` if the intention is to create a packed \ 
data frame (#581).

- The `name-repair` help topic is gone, refer to `?vctrs::vec_as_names` instead.

- `expression()` columns are converted to lists as a workaround for lacking \ 
support in vctrs (#657).

- `tribble()` is now stricter when combining values. All values in a column must \ 
be compatible, otherwise an error occurs (#204). The criteria for wrapping in a \ 
list column are now based on vctrs principles: non-vectors or vectors with \ 
`vctrs::vec_size()` unequal 1 are wrapped in lists.

- `$` warns unconditionally if column not found, `[[` doesn't warn.

- `add_row()` now uses `vctrs::vec_rbind()` under the hood, this means that all \ 
columns are combined with `vctrs::vec_c()`. In particular, factor columns will \ 
be converted to character if one of the columns is a character column.

## Soft deprecations

- Soft-deprecate `subclass` argument to `new_tibble()`.

- Soft-deprecate `as_tibble()` without arguments (#683).

- Preparing to move `glimpse()` and `tbl_sum()` to the pillar package. If your \ 
package implements these methods, please import the generics from pillar as soon \ 
as they become available there.

## Features

- Internals now make heavy use of the vctrs package, following most of the \ 
invariants defined there. Name repair is the responsibility of vctrs now (#464).

- All errors emitted directly by the package inherit from the \ 
`"tibble_error"` and `"rlang_error"` classes. In some cases, \ 
`"vctrs_error"` errors may be passed through. The exact subclass is \ 
subject to change.

    Example: `tibble(a = quote(b))` raises an error that inherits from \ 
`"tibble_error_column_must_be_vector"`, `"tibble_error"` and \ 
`"rlang_error"`, and from `"error"` and \ 
`"condition"` like all errors. Do not rely on the wording of \ 
`"tibble_error_column_must_be_vector"`, this is likely to change.

    Use the following pattern to catch errors emitted by tibble:

    ```r
    tryCatch(
      your_code(),
      tibble_error = function(cnd) {
      }
    )
    ```

- New `tibble_row()` constructs tibbles that have exactly one row, or fails. \ 
Non-vector objects are automatically wrapped in a list, vectors (including \ 
lists) must have length one (#205).

- New `as_tibble_row()` and `as_tibble_col()` convert a bare vector to a one-row \ 
or one-column tibble, respectively. `as_tibble_col()` also works for non-bare \ 
vectors. Using `as_tibble()` for bare vectors is superseded (#447).

- `as_tibble.data.frame()` uses implicit row names if asked to create a column \ 
from row names. This allows lossless direct conversion of matrices with row \ 
names to tibbles (#567, @stufield).

- Implement `str.tbl_df()` (#480).

- `tribble()` now returns columns with `"unspecified"` type for 0-row \ 
tibbles.

- `add_row()` and `add_column()` now restore attributes to avoid errors when \ 
appending to sf objects or other tibble subclasses (#662).

- `add_column()` gains `.name_repair` argument. If not given, `.data` must have \ 
unique columns, with a deprecation message.

- Allow `POSIXlt` columns, they are now better supported by dplyr and other \ 
tools thanks to vctrs (#626).

- `tibble()` ignores NULL arguments, named or unnamed (#580).

- `view()` works for remote data sources by applying the same strategy as \ 
`print()` and `glimpse()`. The maximum number of rows in this case can be \ 
specified using the new `n` argument, by default it is taken from the new \ 
`"tibble.view_max"` option (#695).

## Output

- Formatting dimensions never uses scientific notation.

- `glimpse()` uses "Rows" and "Columns" instead of \ 
"Variables" and "Observations", because we're not sure if \ 
the data is tidy here (#614).

- `view()` now uses the created (or passed) title argument (#610, @xvrdm).

## Performance

- Construction and subsetting of large data frames is faster now (#717, \ 
@romainfrancois).

## Internal

- Import lifecycle package (#669).

- `new_tibble()` removes redundant subclasses from the `"class"` attribute.

- Using classed conditions. All classes start with `"tibble_error_"` \ 
and also contain `"tibble_error"` (#659).

- The magrittr pipe `%>%` is reexported.
   2019-08-08 21:53:58 by Brook Milligan | Files touched by this commit (189) | Package updated
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Update all R packages to canonical form.

The canonical form [1] of an R package Makefile includes the
following:

- The first stanza includes R_PKGNAME, R_PKGVER, PKGREVISION (as
  needed), and CATEGORIES.

- HOMEPAGE is not present but defined in math/R/Makefile.extension to
  refer to the CRAN web page describing the package.  Other relevant
  web pages are often linked from there via the URL field.

This updates all current R packages to this form, which will make
regular updates _much_ easier, especially using pkgtools/R2pkg.

[1] http://mail-index.netbsd.org/tech-pkg/2019/08/02/msg021711.html