Fri, 01 Apr 2022

RInside 0.2.17

A new release 0.2.17 of RInside arrived on CRAN and in Debian today. This is the first release in two years since the 0.2.16 release. RInside provides a set of convenience classes which facilitate embedding of R inside of C++ applications and programs, using the classes and functions provided by Rcpp.

This release brings a minor update for R 4.2.0, due out later this month, and kindly provided by Tomas Kalibera. It updates one function declaration; we wrapped some conditioning around so that RInside continues to build with older releases too. Besides that minor updates were made to continuous integration and some of the package files.

The short list of changes since the last release were:

Changes in RInside version 0.2.17 (2022-03-31)

  • A Windows-only patch for R 4.2.0 kindly provided by Tomas Kalibera was applied, and also conditioned on R (>= 4.2.0)

  • Continuous Integration setup was updated and now uses r-ci.

  • Several updates were made to (badges etc) and DESCRIPTION

My CRANberries also provides a short report with changes from the previous release. More information is on the RInside page. Questions, comments etc should go to the rcpp-devel mailing list off the Rcpp R-Forge page, or to issues tickets at the GitHub repo.

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