These functions load one or more source(s) from a file or
a string and store it in memory for further processing.
Note that you'll probably want to clean the sources
first, using one of the
and you'll probably want to add utterance identifiers
to each utterance using one of the
load_source( input, encoding = rock::opts$get("encoding"), silent = rock::opts$get("silent"), rlWarn = rock::opts$get(rlWarn), diligentWarnings = rock::opts$get("diligentWarnings") ) load_sources( input, filenameRegex = ".*", ignoreRegex = NULL, recursive = TRUE, full.names = FALSE, encoding = rock::opts$get("encoding"), silent = rock::opts$get("silent") )
The filename or contents of the source
load_source and the directory containing the
The encoding of the file(s).
Whether to be chatty or quiet.
Whether to let
readLines() warn, e.g. if files do not end
with a newline character.
Whether to display very diligent warnings.
A regular expression to match against located files; only files matching this regular expression are processed.
Regular expression indicating which files to ignore. This is a perl-style regular expression (see base::regex).
Whether to search all subdirectories (
TRUE) as well or not.
Whether to store source names as filenames only or whether to include paths.
Invisibly, an R character vector of