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(devel/R-lifecycle) Updated 1.0.0 to 1.0.1, TEST_DEPENDS+= added, missing one more

# lifecycle 1.0.1

* `deprecate_soft()` now follows the verbosity option when called from
  the global environment (#113).

* `last_warnings()` has been renamed to `last_lifecycle_warnings()`
  and `last_warning()` has been removed. This is for compatibility
  with the future `rlang::last_warnings()` function to be released in
  the next rlang version.

Revision 1.2 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon May 31 22:15:16 2021 UTC (14 months, 1 week ago) by mef
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(devel/R-lifecycle) Updated 0.2.0 to 1.0.0

# lifecycle 1.0.0

* New vignettes:
  * `vignette("stages")` describes the lifecycle stages
  * `vignette("manage")` teaches you how to manage lifecycle changes in
     functions you _use_.
  * `vignette("communicate")` shows how to use lifecycle in functions that
     you _write_.

* In `deprecate_soft()`, `deprecate_warn()`, and `deprecate_stop()`:

  * You can deprecate an argument with `foo(arg)` instead of `foo(arg =)` (#78).
    This syntax is similar in spirit to the formal arguments  of function

  * You can deprecate R6 methods by using `class$method()` (#54).

  * A character vector `details` is now converted into a bulleted list (#55).

  * Messages for non-prefix functions (like "`x<-`()" and "`%>%`()")
    look a little nicer (#95).

  * Manually printed warnings now omit the advice footer (#68).

* Experimental `signal_stage()` can be used to signal that a function is
  experimental or superseded. These signals are not currently hooked up to any
  behaviour, but we'll add tools in a future release (#44).

* `lifecycle_cnd_data()` has been removed; as far as I can tell it wasn't
  used by anyone.

Revision 1.1 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Jul 31 20:11:23 2020 UTC (2 years ago) by brook
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R-lifecycle: Add new package for version 0.2.0.

Manage the life cycle of your exported functions with shared
conventions, documentation badges, and non-invasive deprecation
warnings. The 'lifecycle' package defines four development stages
(experimental, maturing, stable, and questioning) and three
deprecation stages (soft-deprecated, deprecated, and defunct). It
makes it easy to insert badges corresponding to these stages in your
documentation. Usage of deprecated functions are signalled with
increasing levels of non-invasive verbosity.

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