This is just a convenience wrapper for opening several modules at once, recursively. A module is defined as any file that ends in .R or .r and has a directory name identical to its filename. Thus, this must be case sensitive.

openModules(name, path)

# S4 method for character,character
openModules(name, path)

# S4 method for missing,missing
openModules()

# S4 method for missing,character
openModules(path)

# S4 method for character,missing
openModules(name)

# S4 method for simList,missing
openModules(name)

Arguments

name

Character vector with names of modules to open. If missing, then all modules will be opened within the basedir.

path

Character string of length 1. The base directory within which there are only module subdirectories.

Value

Nothing is returned. All file are open via file.edit.

Note

On Windows there is currently a bug in RStudio that prevents the editor from opening when file.edit is called. file.edit does work if the user types it at the command prompt. A message with the correct lines to copy and paste is provided.

Examples

# NOT RUN {
openModules("~\SpaDESModules")
# }
# NOT RUN {
# }