Not sure if this is a feature:
But it used to be that CTRL+SHIFT+F10 would just restart my R session.
Now it still restarts the R-session but also refreshes the page (Only on rstudio server, this does not appear to be a chrome shortcut) and closes all open documents. (Usually I'm just refreshing to get a fresh session to test my code)
Is this expected behavior?
EDIT: It does not appear to happen in all rstudio server projects.... I opened a different session and it doesn't crash the rstudio-session... not sure what's up here.
EDIT2: There's a possible usethis interaction, as I used that to create the skeleton for this package
EDIT3: I think I confirmed its something in the Rproj file, I moved the existing one to a temporary file and created a new "existing project" from the GUI, now it restarts normally on CTRL+SHIFT+F10
here's the offending Rproj:
Version: 1.0 RestoreWorkspace: No SaveWorkspace: No AlwaysSaveHistory: Default EnableCodeIndexing: Yes UseSpacesForTab: Yes NumSpacesForTab: 4 Encoding: UTF-8 RnwWeave: Sweave LaTeX: pdfLaTeX AutoAppendNewline: Yes StripTrailingWhitespace: Yes BuildType: Package PackageUseDevtools: Yes PackageInstallArgs: --no-multiarch --with-keep.source PackageRoxygenize: rd,collate,namespace