Another release of the tidyCpp package arrived on CRAN earlier today. The packages offers a clean C++ layer on top of the C API for R which aims to make its use a little easier and more consistent.
The vignette has been extended once more with a new example, and added a table of contents. The package now supports a (truly minimal) C++ class for a numeric vector which is the most likely use case.
The NEWS entry follows and includes the 0.0.3 release earlier in the year which did not get the usual attention of post-release blog post.
Changes in tidyCpp version 0.0.4 (2021-09-05)
Minor updates to DESCRIPTION
rollminmaxExamplewith simple vector use
NumVecmotivated from rolling min/max example
Expand the vignette with C++ example based on NumVec
Add a table of contents to the vignette
Changes in tidyCpp version 0.0.3 (2021-03-07)
Switch CI use to r-ci
Protect nil object definition
If you like this or other open-source work I do, you can now sponsor me at GitHub.