qiime2R exdir designation

Hello, I have installed the qiime2R package into R on my windows machine. I am able to successfully run commands which only have a single argument since I can designate the exdir path. The following two commands work fine.

otus<-read_qza(“table.qza” , tmp=“C:\tmp”)
otus<-read_qza(“table.qza” , tmp=“C:/tmp”)

When I run the qza_to_phyloseq command…
physeq<-qza_to_phyloseq(“table.qza”,“rooted-tree.qza”,“taxonomy.qza”, “sample-metadata.tsv”)

I receive the the error…
Error in unzip(file, exdir = tmp) : ‘exdir’ does not exist

How best can the exdir be designated in a windows R environment?

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tmp is now an argument for the qza_to_phyloseq function so if you run physeq<-qza_to_phyloseq(“table.qza”,“rooted-tree.qza”,“taxonomy.qza”, “sample-metadata.tsv”, tmp=“C:/tmp”) it should work.

Jordan

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