yml_verbatim() is a helper function to write YAML precisely as given to the yml_*() function rather than the defaults in ymlthis and yaml. ymlthis uses the yaml package to check for valid syntax; yaml and ymlthis together make decisions about how to write syntax, which can often be done in numerous valid ways. See yaml::as.yaml() for more details.

yml_verbatim(x)

Arguments

x

a character vector

Value

an object of class verbatim

Examples

# "yes" and "no" serve as alternatives to `true` and `false`. This writes # "yes" literally. yml_verbatim("yes")
#> [1] "yes" #> attr(,"class") #> [1] "verbatim"