Rcpp 0.7.2

January 12, 2010

(This article was first published on Thinking inside the box , and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Not even two weeks after the Rcpp 0.7.1 release,
Romain and I have a new one
to present: Rcpp 0.7.2.
It has been uploaded to
CRAN and
Debian, and the respective package
management systems should carry them around in the next few hours. As always,
the local page is
also available for download too.

A lot of the momentum for the new API is continuing, thanks in large part to
Romain. A number of new
classes have been added, and existing ones have been enhanced. There are more unit
tests than ever, and more documentation. We have better build support (with g++
version detection so that we can add some
C++0x support where available) and a new
examples sub-directory.

We did take one toy away, though.
The Doxygen-generated docs were getting so big
that we decided to keep them out of the source tarball. (And arguably, they
are also too volatile.) We still have
the browseable html docs
as well as the
pdf version (now at over 300 pages!).
And we added zip archives of the docs in
latex, and
man format for download.

As always, full details are in the ChangeLog on the Rcpp page.
Questions, comments etc: bring them to the
rcpp-devel mailing list
off the R-Forge page

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