install_deps() will install the user dependencies needed to run the package, install_dev_deps() will also install the development dependencies needed to test and build the package.

install_deps(
pkg = ".",
dependencies = NA,
repos = getOption("repos"),
type = getOption("pkgType"),
quiet = FALSE,
build = TRUE,
build_opts = c("--no-resave-data", "--no-manual", " --no-build-vignettes"),
...
)

install_dev_deps(
pkg = ".",
dependencies = TRUE,
repos = getOption("repos"),
type = getOption("pkgType"),
quiet = FALSE,
build = TRUE,
build_opts = c("--no-resave-data", "--no-manual", " --no-build-vignettes"),
...
)

## Arguments

pkg The package to use, can be a file path to the package or a package object. See as.package() for more information. Which dependencies do you want to check? Can be a character vector (selecting from "Depends", "Imports", "LinkingTo", "Suggests", or "Enhances"), or a logical vector. TRUE is shorthand for "Depends", "Imports", "LinkingTo" and "Suggests". NA is shorthand for "Depends", "Imports" and "LinkingTo" and is the default. FALSE is shorthand for no dependencies (i.e. just check this package, not its dependencies). The value "soft" means the same as TRUE, "hard" means the same as NA. You can also specify dependencies from one or more additional fields, common ones include: Config/Needs/website - for dependencies used in building the pkgdown site. Config/Needs/coverage for dependencies used in calculating test coverage. A character vector giving repositories to use. Type of package to update. Should package dependencies be upgraded? One of "default", "ask", "always", or "never". "default" respects the value of the R_REMOTES_UPGRADE environment variable if set, and falls back to "ask" if unset. "ask" prompts the user for which out of date packages to upgrade. For non-interactive sessions "ask" is equivalent to "always". TRUE and FALSE are also accepted and correspond to "always" and "never" respectively. If TRUE, suppress output. if TRUE pkgbuild::build()s the package first: this ensures that the installation is completely clean, and prevents any binary artefacts (like .o, .so) from appearing in your local package directory, but is considerably slower, because every compile has to start from scratch. Options to pass to R CMD build, only used when build is TRUE. additional arguments passed to remotes::install_deps() when installing dependencies.

## Examples

if (FALSE) install_deps(".")