Changes in inline version 0.3.13 (2013-08-08)
Applied contributed patch by Mikhail Umorin which corrects
cfunction()in the case of a
listof signature and body arguments.
package.skeleton(). The complete NEWS entry is below.
Changes in inline version 0.3.12 (2013-06-12)
package.skeletonwith the R-devel version of the function which no longer has a
Remove copy of LGPL in source archive as
R CMD checknow complains about it. License status continues to be specified in file
Changes in inline version 0.3.11 (2013-02-26)
Fix bug in
.Cconvention with raw vectors.
.Platform$dynlib.extas the file extension for the library file (unless on Windows).
rcppwrapper to pass another plugin (as eg RcppArmadillo)
Changes in inline version 0.3.10 (2012-10-03)
getDynLib()error message corrected as suggested by Yasir Suhail
Converted NEWS to NEWS.Rd
New maintainer, after having coordinated releases (along with Romain) since 0.3.5 in June 2010
Changes in inline version 0.3.9 (2012-10-02)
Uncoordinating hijacking of package by CRAN maintainers with a single word change in
cfunction.Rto prevent an error under an unreleased version of R
This version adds an internal performance enhancement which is obtained by making due with fewer reads. The short NEWS file entry follows:
0.3.8 2010-12-07 o faster cfunction and cxxfunction by loading and resolving the routine at "compile" time
It fixes a minor bug: when
package.skeleton() was called to
convert one or more functions created with this package into a package, the
corner case of just a single submitted function failed. This is now corrected.
Otherwise this release is unchanged from the previous release 0.3.6 from
This is some ways a continuation of the 0.3.4 release I had made in December. That release had opened the door for the wide use of inline in our Rcpp package. And just how Rcpp has grown, we now have needs beyond the initial change. See the post on Romain's blog for details, but in a nutshell we are now gaining