So, for as long as I can remember, probably like many of you, after writing a line of code or two or making any minute change (if you're on a mac) you'd obsessively and neurotically click "CMD+S" and save your code/progress/any changes you've made because god forbid something happen, right?
Up until maybe an hour ago, that's how it worked for me. Now, when I do that, I get a source() function activated to my working directory and it shows it in the command line? It never did that before until yeah, like an hour ago at best. Here's a screenshot (for context, I'm doing some research into COVID-19 vaccine adverse events from the VAERS data set and what you're seeing is stuff pertaining to that):
Why am I getting this source() function activated whenever I try to save? It takes some time too. Not a whole lot, but, enough that it is kind of annoying. It isn't instant anymore and now it's also presenting me with an error. I think it's like, running my entire script or something?
Has anybody ever encountered this before or has a fix for it? It's super annoying.
I fully confess that I could very well just be stupid and unaware of how things work so if that does turn out to be the case, I won't take offense. Oftentimes, the tear-your-hair-out level of annoying errors often boil down to "user error" lol. Thanks!