On 10/18/16, 12:52 PM, "Duncan Murdoch" <murdoch.dun...@gmail.com> wrote:
>On 18/10/2016 12:38 PM, Roebuck,Paul L wrote:
>> Any reason untar() has an "exdir" argument (the equivalent of "tar -C"),
>> but tar() does not?
>Because you can specify the source directory in the files argument using
>list.files(). There's no need to duplicate that in tar().
But that solution introduces (undesired) intermediate directory paths
into the tar archive.
Any other thoughts outside using something like below:
savedir <- ""
savedir <- setwd(local)
finally = setwd(savedir))
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