Provides a function kitten() which creates cute little packages which pass R package checks. This sets it apart from package.skeleton() which it calls, and which leaves imperfect files behind. As this is not exactly helpful for beginners, kitten() offers an alternative. Unit test support can be added via the 'tinytest' package (if present), and documentation-creation support can be added via 'roxygen2' (if present).
Create packages that purr
The base R function
package.skeleton() is very useful for creating new
packages for R. It is also very upsetting as it has been producing the same
files which upset
R CMD check in the exact same way.
And as something terrible happens each time
R CMD check barks, this package
offers a wrapper function
kitten() which leaves an adorable little package
behind which does not upset
R CMD check.
So just think of the kittens.
The package is on CRAN and can be installed via a standard
GPL (>= 2)