reprex() behaviour can be controlled via an option, providing a way
for the user to set personal defaults. The pattern for option names is
<arg> is an argument of
reprex(). Here are the main
A few more options exist, but are only consulted in specific situations:
reprex.venue: Only consulted by
itself reveals the possible values for
venue in the "Usage" section
of its help file and defaults to the first value, in the usual
reprex.highlight.hl_style: Only relevant to
venue = "rtf. Details are
in the article
reprex venue RTF.
reprex.highlight.font: See above.
reprex.highlight.font_size: See above.
reprex.highlight.other: See above.
Here's code you could put in
.Rprofile to set reprex options. It would be
rare to want non-default behaviour for all of these! We only do so here for
the sake of exposition:
options( reprex.advertise = FALSE, reprex.session_info = TRUE, reprex.style = TRUE, reprex.html_preview = FALSE, reprex.comment = "#;-)", reprex.tidyverse_quiet = FALSE, reprex.std_out_err = TRUE, reprex.venue = "html", # NOTE: only affects reprex_selection()! reprex.highlight.hl_style = "acid", # NOTE: only affects RTF venue reprex.highlight.font = "Andale Mono Regular", reprex.highlight.font_size = 35, reprex.highlight.other = "--line-numbers" )
usethis::edit_r_profile() is handy for creating and/or opening
Arguments that appear like so in
reprex(..., arg = opt(DEFAULT), ...)
get their value according to this logic:
user-specified value or, if not given, getOption("reprex.arg") or, if does not exist, DEFAULT
It's shorthand for:
f(..., arg = getOption("reprex.arg", DEFAULT), ...)
This is not an exported function and should not be called directly.