Running checks on my package code is very time consuming (roughly 10 minutes) and generally after modifying the code to my package I run devtools::check(cran = TRUE, remote = TRUE, incoming = TRUE, manual = TRUE, vignettes= TRUE) followed by goodpractice::goodpractice(), My question is, is this process duplicative? Do both functions perform the same checks as to make running both unnecessary? Should I only need to run one or the other? I do want to maintain good quality code so if both function performs checks that the other one doesn't I'll keep running both, but if they are performing the same exact checks I will eliminate one like wise if one
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From the Getting Started article for the goodpractice package
the goodpractice package bundles the checks from rcmdcheck
rcmdcheck is the same package that
devtools::check() uses, so yes, running both goodpractice and
devtools::check() is redundant.
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