'Warning message: package ‘bindrcpp’ was built under R version 3.4.4 ' keeps messing with my scripts

Anybody else get weird issues with

Warning message: package ‘bindrcpp’ was built under R version 3.4.4 ?

For some reason, this warning message always shows up after the initial warnings() in package loading, but it'll only appear after I run a part of my script. Any ideas?

Run this one to recompile your packages with the newer R version

update.packages(checkBuilt = TRUE, ask = FALSE, repos = "https://cran.rstudio.com")

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There has been a little bit of discussion before of warnings carrying over in unexpected ways, sometimes possibly linked to the fact that RStudio is calling some bits of R code behind the scenes. See:

Similar Github issue: Suppress warnings generated by search in the Viewer · Issue #1806 · rstudio/rstudio · GitHub

And I could swear I read a more involved discussion of this here or on the Github issue tracker, including an attempted fix, but I can't find it now (and maybe I imagined it!). As usual, if you can confirm that this happens only in RStudio and not in R, and find a way to reproduce the out-of-place (or just confusingly placed) warnings, that would be helpful!


FYI This actually ■■■■■■ things up for me a lot. Had to re-install a bunch of packages. So if anybody else is having my issue, I wouldn't suggest doing this

Sorry to hear about your experience. I have never had any problem doing that. Could you post the errors for future reference?