These functions provide three levels of verbosity for deprecated functions. Learn how to use them in vignette("communicate").

• deprecate_soft() warns only if the deprecated function is called from the global environment or from the package currently being tested.

• deprecate_warn() warns unconditionally.

• deprecate_stop() fails unconditionally.

Warnings are only issued once every 8 hours to avoid overwhelming the user. Control with options(lifecycle_verbosity).

deprecate_soft(
when,
what,
with = NULL,
details = NULL,
id = NULL,
env = caller_env(),
user_env = caller_env(2)
)

deprecate_warn(
when,
what,
with = NULL,
details = NULL,
id = NULL,
env = caller_env()
)

deprecate_stop(when, what, with = NULL, details = NULL, env = caller_env())

## Arguments

when A string giving the version when the behaviour was deprecated. A string describing what is deprecated: Deprecate a whole function with "foo()". Deprecate an argument with "foo(arg)". Partially deprecate an argument with "foo(arg = 'must be a scalar integer')". You can optionally supply the namespace: "ns::foo()", but this is usually not needed as it will be inferred from the caller environment. An optional string giving a recommended replacement for the deprecated behaviour. This takes the same form as what. In most cases the deprecation message can be automatically generated from with. When it can't, use details to provide a hand-written message. details can either be a single string or a character vector, which will be converted to a bulleted list. The id of the deprecation. A warning is issued only once for each id. Defaults to the generated message, but you should give a unique ID when the message in details is built programmatically and depends on inputs, or when you'd like to deprecate multiple functions but warn only once for all of them. Pair of environments that define where deprecate_*() was called (used to determine the package name) and where the function called the deprecating function was called (used to determine if deprecate_soft() should message). These are only needed if you're calling deprecate_*() from an internal helper, in which case you should forward env = caller_env() and user_env = caller_env(2).

## Value

NULL, invisibly.

## Conditions

• Deprecation warnings have class lifecycle_warning_deprecated.

• Deprecation errors have class lifecycle_error_deprecated.

lifecycle()

## Examples

# A deprecated function foo:
deprecate_warn("1.0.0", "foo()")
#> Warning: foo() was deprecated in <NA> 1.0.0.
# A deprecated argument arg:
deprecate_warn("1.0.0", "foo(arg)")
#> Warning: The arg argument of foo() is deprecated as of <NA> 1.0.0.
# A partially deprecated argument arg:
deprecate_warn("1.0.0", "foo(arg = 'must be a scalar integer')")
#> Warning: The arg argument of foo() must be a scalar integer as of <NA> 1.0.0.
# A deprecated function with a function replacement:
deprecate_warn("1.0.0", "foo()", "bar()")
#> Warning: foo() was deprecated in <NA> 1.0.0.
#> Please use bar() instead.
# A deprecated function with a function replacement from a
# different package:
deprecate_warn("1.0.0", "foo()", "otherpackage::bar()")
#> Warning: foo() was deprecated in <NA> 1.0.0.
#> Please use otherpackage::bar() instead.
# A deprecated function with custom message:
deprecate_warn(
when = "1.0.0",
what = "foo()",
details = "Please use otherpackage::bar(foo = TRUE) instead"
)
#> Warning: foo() was deprecated in <NA> 1.0.0.
#> Please use otherpackage::bar(foo = TRUE) instead
# A deprecated function with custom bulleted list:
deprecate_warn(
when = "1.0.0",
what = "foo()",
details = c(
x = "This is dangerous",
i = "Did you mean safe_foo() instead?"
)
)
#> Warning: foo() was deprecated in <NA> 1.0.0.
#> ✖ This is dangerous
#> ℹ Did you mean safe_foo() instead?