Thu, 09 Jan 2020

rfoaas 2.1.0: New upstream so new access point!

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FOAAS, having been resting upstream for some time, released version 2.1.0 of its wonderful service this week! So without too much further ado we went to work and added support for it. And now we are in fact thrilled to announce that release 2.1.0 of rfoaas is now on CRAN as of this afternoon (with a slight delay as yours truly managed to state the package release date as 2019-01-09 which was of course flagged as ‘too old’).

The new 2.1.0 release of FOAAS brings a full eleven new REST access points, namely even(), fewer(), ftfty(), holygrail(), idea(), jinglebells(), legend(), logs(), ratsarse(), rockstar(), and waste(). On our end, documentation and tests were updated.

As usual, CRANberries provides a diff to the previous CRAN release. Questions, comments etc should go to the GitHub issue tracker. More background information is on the project page as well as on the github repo

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