We process blocks of nested parse tables for speed. See cache_find_block() for details on how a top level nest is split into blocks.

parse_transform_serialize_r_block(
pd_nested,
start_line,
transformers,
base_indention
)

## Arguments

pd_nested A block of the nested parse table. The line number on which the code starts. A list of named transformer functions Integer scalar indicating by how many spaces the whole output text should be indented. Note that this is not the same as splitting by line and add a base_indention spaces before the code in the case multi-line strings are present. See 'Examples'.

## Examples

text_in <- 'x<- function()
"here
is"
NULL
1+ 1
'
style_text(text_in, base_indention = 3)
#>    x <- function() {
#>      "here
#> is"
#>    }
#>    NULL
#>    1 + 1# not equal to the naive approach
#>    1 + 1