This function returns a list that can be used as an input for the argument reindention of the function tidyverse_style(). It features sensible defaults, so the user can specify deviations from them conveniently without the need of setting all arguments explicitly.

specify_reindention(regex_pattern = NULL, indention = 0, comments_only = TRUE)

tidyverse_reindention()

## Arguments

regex_pattern Character vector with regular expression patterns that are to be re-indented with spaces, NULL if no reindention needed. The indention tokens should have if they match regex_pattern. Whether the regex_reindention_pattern should only be matched against comments or against all tokens. Mainly added for performance.

## Functions

• specify_reindention: Allows to specify which tokens are reindented and how.

• tidyverse_reindention: Simple forwarder to specify_reindention with reindention according to the tidyverse style guide.

## Examples

style_text("a <- xyz", reindention = specify_reindention(
regex_pattern = "xyz", indention = 4, comments_only = FALSE
))#> a <-    xyzstyle_text("a <- xyz", reindention = tidyverse_reindention())#> a <- xyz