Warning from distill v1.5 on Debian and Ubuntu

I am using distill to create a blog (https://www.psyctc.org/Rblog/). For a while now that's spitting out the warning

> warnings()
Warning messages:
1: In as.character.POSIXt(as.POSIXlt(x), ...) :
  as.character(td, ..) no longer obeys a 'format' argument; use format(td, ..) ?

That's true under R 4.3.1 on both a Debian and an Ubuntu machine and clearly it's a warning not an error but I thought I should report it before moving onto a more serious problem I am having now with distill on the Ubuntu machine. I'll come that separately when I've done more sleuthing on it.

While I'm here: thanks for distill: great system and of course for all the bits of R that Posit create and for shiny and Rstudio!


These types of messages are not unusual, although I most often see them in tidyverse-heavy packages. It’s being fixed.

Thanks. I was pretty sure it was a small tweak like that but good to see it's been located and that the fix is in the pipeline. Excellent!

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