• test() runs all tests in a package. It's a shortcut for testthat::test_dir()

• test_file() runs test() on the active file.

• test_coverage() computes test coverage for your package. It's a shortcut for covr::package_coverage() plus covr::report().

• test_coverage_file() computes test coverage for the active file. It's a shortcut for covr::file_coverage() plus covr::report().

test(pkg = ".", filter = NULL, stop_on_failure = FALSE, export_all = TRUE, ...)

test_file(file = find_active_file(), ...)

test_coverage(pkg = ".", show_report = interactive(), ...)

test_coverage_file(
file = find_active_file(),
filter = TRUE,
show_report = interactive(),
export_all = TRUE,
...
)

## Arguments

pkg The package to use, can be a file path to the package or a package object. See as.package() for more information. If not NULL, only tests with file names matching this regular expression will be executed. Matching be performed on the file name after it has been stripped of "test-" and ".R". If TRUE, throw an error if any tests fail. For historical reasons, the default value of stop_on_failure is TRUE for test_package() and test_check() but FALSE for test_dir(), so if you're calling test_dir() you may want to consider explicitly setting stop_on_failure = TRUE. If TRUE (the default), export all objects. If FALSE, export only the objects that are listed as exports in the NAMESPACE file. additional arguments passed to wrapped functions. One or more source or test files. If a source file the corresponding test file will be run. The default is to use the active file in RStudio (if available). Show the test coverage report.