Fri, 29 Oct 2021

dang 0.0.15: Small Correction

A bug-fix release of the dang package arrived at CRAN a little while ago. The dang package regroups a few functions of mine that had no other home as for example lsos() from a StackOverflow question from 2009 (!!), the overbought/oversold price band plotter from an older blog post, the market monitor from the last release as well the checkCRANStatus() function tweeted about by Tim Taylor.

This release corrects a small mistake wrapping extern "C" { ... } around code that is not actually C but C++ … which g++ kept silent about yet clang++ complains about, correctly. So CRAN asked me to correct this, which this version does.

The NEWS entry follows.

Changes in version 0.0.15 (2021-10-26)

  • Corrected scope of 'extern "C"' declaration to the actually C-callable function (noticed by clang++, change requested by CRAN)

Courtesy of my CRANberries, there is a comparison to the previous release. For questions or comments use the issue tracker off the GitHub repo.

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