> >>>>> Will L writes:
> > To R-devel,
> > In `R CMD build`, the ID of the user is automatically inserted into the
> > DESCRIPTION file, e.g.
> > Packaged: 2018-11-06 14:01:50 UTC; <MY USER ID>
> > This is problematic for those of us who work in corporate settings. We
> > not divulge our user IDs in the packages we develop and release.
> > Jim Hester pointed out that these two lines in
> > `add_build_stamp_to_description_file()`
> > <
> https://github.com/wch/r-source/blob/521c90a175d67475b9f1b43d7ae68bc48062d8e6/src/library/tools/R/build.R#L170-L171 > >
> > are responsible. Could we consider his suggestion of using an optional
> > environment variable to overwrite the default behavior?
> > user <- Sys.getenv("R_BUILD_USERNAME")
> > if (!nzchar(user)) user <- Sys.info()["user"]
> > if(user == "unknown") user <- Sys.getenv("LOGNAME")
> Yep, something along these lines should be possible.
> R_BUILD_USER or R_BUILD_LOGNAME may seem more natural though ...
> > Will Landau
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