I am running into the error 'there is no package called rcmdcheck' as previously discussed here: GitHub Action Failure with Rcmd-check on Ubuntu-devel
To address it I would like to follow @Gabor 's advice to update my workflow with the latest template.
However, it is not clear to me how I can do that given that my workflow aims to run the check per OS specific timezone. I have been doing this because my package is potentially sensitive to timezone-specific bugs and it would seem a waste of computing time to run all checks always on all OS systems in multiple time zones. So, instead I am running my Ubuntu check in Europe, my macOS check in New Zealand, and my Windows check in America. You can find my current workflow file here: GGIR/r.yml at master · wadpac/GGIR · GitHub
Is there a way to upgrade my workflow to the latest workflow template without losing this functionality?
EDIT: Just to clarify, setting timezone with
did not allow me to reproduce a bug in my package that only users in the far east were having. This is why I set the timezone at R command line level just before the rcmdcheck argument and not at GitHub Actions level. As a result, I end up with this somewhat complex workflow where I have to call rcmdcheck() directly.