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Package developers have the opportunity to present their work on the basis of project websites or news announcements. Mailing lists, forums or wikis provide useRs with convenient instruments for discussions and for exchanging information between developers and/or interested useRs. 1 Rd format R objects are documented in files written in “R documentation” (Rd) format, a simple markup language closely resembling (La)TEX, which can be processed into a variety of formats, including LATEX, HTML and plain text.

If a package has methods for a function defined originally somewhere else, and does not change the underlying default method for the function, the package is responsible for documenting the methods it creates, but not for the function itself or the default method. See help("Documentation", package = "methods") for more information on using and creating on-line documentation for S4 classes and methods. g. pkgname will open that help page. If a topic named pkgname does not exist in another Rd file, it is helpful to use this as an additional \alias.

10 Encoding Rd files are text files and so it is impossible to deduce the encoding they are written in unless ASCII: files with 8-bit characters could be UTF-8, Latin-1, Latin-9, KOI8-R, EUC-JP, etc. So the \encoding{} directive must be used to specify the encoding if it is not ASCII. (The \encoding{} directive must be on a line by itself, and in particular one containing no non-ASCII characters. ) This is used when creating the header of the HTML conversion (if not present, for back-compatibility the processing to HTML assumes that the file is in Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1)) and to add comments to the text and examples conversions.

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