This is sometimes called Jerry Seinfeld’s secret to productivity: Just keep at it. Don’t break the streak.
and then showed the first chart of GitHub streaking 366 days:
And six years ago a first follow-up appeared in this post about 731 days:
And five years ago we had a followup at 1096 days
And four years ago we had another one marking 1461 days
And three years ago another one for 1826 days
And two year another one bringing it to 2191 days
And last year another one bringing it to 2257 days
And as today is October 12, here is the newest one from 2020 to 2021 with a new total of 2922 days:
A new release of RcppQuantuccia arrived on CRAN earlier today. RcppQuantuccia brings the Quantuccia header-only subset / variant of QuantLib to R. At the current stage, it mostly offers date and calendaring functions.
This release is the first in two years and brings a few internal updates (such as a swift to continuous integration to the trusted r-ci setup) along with a first update of the United States calendar. Which, just like RQuantLib, now knows about two new calendars
FederalReserve. So now we can for example look for holidays during June of next year under the ‘Federal Reserve’ calendar and see
> library(RcppQuantuccia) > setCalendar("UnitedStates/FederalReserve") > getHolidays(as.Date("2022-06-01"), as.Date("2022-06-30")) 1] "2022-06-20" [>
that Juneteenth 2022 will be observed on (Monday) June 20th.
We should note that Quantuccia itself was a bit of a trial balloon and is not actively maintained so we may concentrate on these calendaring functions to keep them in sync with QuantLib. Being a header-only subset is good, and the removal of the (very !!) “expensive” (in terms of compiled library size) Sobol sequence-based RNG in release 0.0.3 was the right call. So time permitting, a leaner, meaner RcppQuantuccia with a calendaring focus may emerge.
The complete list changes follows.
Changes in version 0.0.4 (2021-10-12)
Allow for 'Null' calendar without weekends or holidays
Switch CI use to r-ci
Updated UnitedStates calendar to current QuantLib calendar
Small updates to DESCRIPTION and README.md
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