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Use this to get the path to the temporary directory where formods stores user files.

Usage

FM_fetch_user_files_path(state)

Arguments

state

module state after yaml read

Value

Character string with the path to the log file.

Examples

# We need a state object to use this function:
id="UD"
sess_res = UD_test_mksession(session=list(), id=id)
#> → UD: including file
#> → UD:   source: file.path(system.file(package="onbrand"), "templates", "report.docx")
#> → UD:   dest:   file.path("config","report.docx")
#> → UD: including file
#> → UD:   source: file.path(system.file(package="onbrand"), "templates", "report.pptx")
#> → UD:   dest:   file.path("config","report.pptx")
#> → UD: including file
#> → UD:   source: file.path(system.file(package="onbrand"), "templates", "report.yaml")
#> → UD:   dest:   file.path("config","report.yaml")
#> → UD: State initialized
#> → UD: module checksum updated:897d952fecbc804999396a96f9df4b20
state = sess_res$state
user_dir = FM_fetch_user_files_path(state)
user_dir
#> [1] "/var/folders/l9/6pm7xq5j1hn6l00zrs22j6mc0000gn/T//RtmpX58efW/non_shiny/FM"