Retrieve information stored using
This is the main function that most users will call on. It retrieves data
potions object stored using
brew(). The UI for this function is
based on the
here package, in that it uses list names separated by commas
to navigate through nested content. It differs from
here in not requiring
those names to be quoted.
string: what slots should be returned
string: Optional manual override to default slot
string: Optional manual override to default package
If no arguments are passed to
..., returns a
list from the
default slot. If
... is supplied (correctly), then returns a
values matching those names.
Providing multiple arguments to
... brings back nested values,
pour("x", "y") is for the case of an object structured as
list(x = list(y = 1)), rather than
list(x = 1, y = 2). For the latter
case it would be necessary to call with either no arguments
unlist(pour())), or for greater control, call pour multiple times
specifying different entries each time (e.g.
z <- c(pour("x"), pour("y"))).
Additional functions are provided in case greater specificity is required.
pour_interactive(.slot = ...) is synonymous with
pour(.slot = ...), while
pour_package(.pkg = ...) is synonymous with
pour(.pkg = ...).
pour_all() is a shortcut for
getOption("potions-pkg"); i.e. to show all
data stored using
potions by any package or slot, and does not accept any