fmichonneau / foghorn
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  pkg <- strsplit(pkg, "_")
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  tibble::tibble(
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    package = vapply(pkg, function(x) x[1], character(1)),
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    version = vapply(pkg, function(x) x[2], character(1))
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    version = as.package_version(vapply(pkg, function(x) x[2], character(1)))
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  )
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}
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  pkgs <- parse_pkg(rr$V4)
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  datetime <- as.POSIXct(
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    paste(rr$V1, rr$V2),
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    format = "%m-%d-%y %I:%M%p",
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    tz = "Europe/Berlin"
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  )
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  tibble::tibble(
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    package = pkgs$package,
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    version = pkgs$version,
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    folder = basename(res$url),
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    date = rr$V1,
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    time = rr$V2,
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    time = datetime,
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    size = rr$V3
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  )
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}
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##' \item{package}{package name}
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##' \item{version}{package version}
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##' \item{folder}{the folder indicating the R version that will be used to perform the checks}
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##' \item{date}{the date at which the package tarball was uploaded on Win-builder}
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##' \item{time}{the time at which the package tarball was uploaded on Win-builder}
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##' \item{time}{the date and time at which the package tarball was uploaded on Win-builder}
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##' \item{size}{the size of the package tarball}
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##' }
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##' @note The date and time are indicated in Central European (Summer) Time
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##'   (Europe/Berlin) as the WinBuilder server is hosted in Germany.
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##' @references \itemize{
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##'  \item Maëlle Salmon, 2020. "Everything you should know about WinBuilder" \url{https://blog.r-hub.io/2020/04/01/win-builder/}
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##'  \item Uwe Ligges. Building and checking R source packages for Windows. \url{https://win-builder.r-project.org/}
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