A new release 0.2.1 of pkgKitten hit CRAN earlier today, and has been uploaded to Debian as well. pkgKitten makes it simple to create new R packages via a simple function invocation. A wrapper
kitten.r exists in the littler package to make it even easier.
This release builds on the support for tinytest we added in release 0.2.0 by adding more optional support, this time for roxygen2. It also corrects a minor documentation snafu, and updates the CI use.
Changes in version 0.2.1 (2021-02-22)
A small documentation error was corrected (David Dalpiaz in #15).
A new option ‘bunny’ adds support for roxygen2.
Continuous integration now use
More details about the package are at the pkgKitten webpage, the pkgKitten docs site, and the pkgKitten GitHub repo.
Courtesy of my CRANberries site, there is also a diffstat report for this release.
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