We’re pleased to announce a new version of roxygen2. The biggest news is that you can painlessly document your S4 classes, S4 methods and RC classes with roxygen2 - you can safely remove workarounds that used
@usage, and simply rely on roxygen2 to do the right thing. Roxygen2 is also much smarter when it comes to S3: you can remove existing uses of
@method, and can replace
Version 3.0 also includes many other improvements including better generation of usage, the ability to turn off wrapping in your Rd files and choose default roclets for a package, a safer
roxyngenize() if you prefer) and many other bug fixes and improvement. See the full list on the github release.
As always, you can install the latest version with
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