This function simply wraps literal double quotes around the argument x so drake knows it is the name of a file. Use when you are calling functions like deps_code(): for example, deps_code(file_store("")). See the examples for details. Internally, drake wraps the names of file targets/imports inside literal double quotes to avoid confusion between files and generic R objects.




Character string to be turned into a filename understandable by drake (i.e., a string with literal single quotes on both ends).


A single-quoted character string: i.e., a filename understandable by drake.


# Wraps the string in single quotes. file_store("my_file.rds") # "'my_file.rds'"
#> [1] "p-NV4V6ZTJNRSS44TEOM"
if (FALSE) { isolate_example("contain side effects", { if (suppressWarnings(require("knitr"))) { load_mtcars_example() # Get the code with drake_example("mtcars"). make(my_plan) # Run the workflow to build the targets list.files() # Should include input "report.Rmd" and output "". head(readd(small)) # You can use symbols for ordinary objects. # But if you want to read cached info on files, use `file_store()`. readd(file_store(""), character_only = TRUE) # File fingerprint. deps_code(file_store("report.Rmd")) config <- drake_config(my_plan) deps_profile( file_store("report.Rmd"), plan = my_plan, character_only = TRUE ) } }) }