The key idea of prrd is simple, and described in some more detail on its webpage and its GitHub repo. Reverse dependency checks are an important part of package development that is easily done in a (serial) loop. But these checks are also generally embarassingly parallel as there is no or little interdependency between them (besides maybe shared build depedencies). See the (dated) screenshot (running six parallel workers, arranged in split byobu session).
This release brings several smaller tweaks and improvements to the summary report that had accumulated in my use since the last realease last April. We also updated the CI runners as one does these days.
The release is summarised in the NEWS entry:
Changes in prrd version 0.0.4 (2021-01-23)
Report summary mode is now compact, more robust and reports extended CRAN summaries. (Dirk via several changes)
Continuous Integration now uses
My CRANberries provides the usual summary of changes to the previous version. See the aforementioned webpage and its repo for details. For more questions or comments use the issue tracker off the GitHub repo.
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