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Topic: packages...
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David Annetts

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Re: packages...
Posted: May 21, 2014 4:14 AM
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Absolutely!

I suggest looking at the stock packages for how to do this. Graphics &
Statistics are good places to start.

D.
On 20/05/14 08:16, Francisco Gutierrez wrote:
> Dear Friends:
> I want to create a relatively complex package, with the following structure:
>
> `mypackage`Master, which can be invoked if one wants all the utilities, and which calls all the subpackages (each one with several functions)
>
> and
>
> `mypackage`Utilities1, ..., `myPackage`Utilitiesn,
>
> which ought to be available for being called independently if one only needs a couple of specific functions.
>
> Furthermore, `myPackage`Master has common function that all the subpackages need. What is the best way to proceed? Is it possible to put the common functions in the Master package, and that each subpackage calls them when needed?
>
> Thanks for your help
> Francisco
>






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