Another small release of the tidyCpp package arrived on CRAN overnight. The packages offers a clean C++ layer (as well as one small C++ helper class) on top of the C API for R which aims to make use of this robust (if awkward) C API a little easier and more consistent. See the vignette for motivating examples.
Protect class now uses the default methods for copy and move constructors and assignment allowing for wide use of the class. The small
NumVec class now uses it for its data member.
The NEWS entry (which I failed to update for the releases) follows.
Changes in tidyCpp version 0.0.5 (2021-09-16)
Protectclass uses default copy and move assignments and constructors
The data object in
NumVecis now a
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