This is primarily for package developers. It allows the testing of what the recursive dependencies would be if a package was removed from the immediate dependencies.

pkgDepIfDepRemoved(
pkg = character(),
depsRemoved = character(),
verbose = getOption()
)

## Arguments

pkg

A package name to be testing the dependencies

depsRemoved

A vector of package names who are to be "removed" from the pkg immediate dependencies

verbose

Numeric or logical indicating how verbose should the function be. If -1 or -2, then as little verbosity as possible. If 0 or FALSE, then minimal outputs; if 1 or TRUE, more outputs; 2 even more. NOTE: in Require function, when verbose >= 2, the return object will have an attribute: attr(.., "Require") which has lots of information about the processes of the installs.

## Value

A list with 3 named lists Direct, Recursive and IfRemoved. Direct will show the top level direct dependencies, either Remaining or Removed. Recursive will show the full recursive dependencies, either Remaining or Removed. IfRemoved returns all package dependencies that are removed for each top level dependency. If a top level dependency is not listed in this final list, then it means that it is also a recursive dependency elsewhere, so its removal has no effect.

## Examples

if (FALSE) {
if (Require:::.runLongExamples()) {
opts <- Require:::.setupExample()

pkgDepIfDepRemoved("reproducible", "data.table")

Require:::.cleanup(opts)
}
}