Tip: read/load a cached item with readd() or loadd().

cached(
  ...,
  list = character(0),
  no_imported_objects = FALSE,
  path = NULL,
  search = NULL,
  cache = drake::drake_cache(path = path),
  verbose = NULL,
  namespace = NULL,
  jobs = 1,
  targets_only = TRUE
)

Arguments

...

Deprecated. Do not use. Objects to load from the cache, as names (unquoted) or character strings (quoted). Similar to ... in remove().

list

Deprecated. Do not use. Character vector naming objects to be loaded from the cache. Similar to the list argument of remove().

no_imported_objects

Logical, deprecated. Use targets_only instead.

path

Path to a drake cache (usually a hidden .drake/ folder) or NULL.

search

Deprecated.

cache

drake cache. See new_cache(). If supplied, path is ignored.

verbose

Deprecated on 2019-09-11.

namespace

Character scalar, name of the storr namespace to use for listing objects.

jobs

Number of jobs/workers for parallel processing.

targets_only

Logical. If TRUE just list the targets. If FALSE, list files and imported objects too.

Value

Either a named logical indicating whether the given targets or cached or a character vector listing all cached items, depending on whether any targets are specified.

See also

Examples

if (FALSE) { isolate_example("Quarantine side effects.", { if (suppressWarnings(require("knitr"))) { if (requireNamespace("lubridate")) { load_mtcars_example() # Load drake's canonical example. make(my_plan) # Run the project, build all the targets. cached() cached(targets_only = FALSE) } } }) }