Rcpp 0.7.6

February 13, 2010
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(This article was first published on dirk.eddelbuettel, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

The new 0.7.6 release of Rcpp, our set of R / C++ interface classes, is now at CRAN and Debian. This comes just a few days after 0.7.5 as we had made a mistake in Makefile.win which is now fixed. A few other things sneaked in while were at it, see the snippet from the NEWS file below or look at Romain's blog where he highlights named-based indexing in vectors and the addition of iterator as well as begin() and end() members that now allow the use of STL algorithms on our R objects which is nifty.

The changes are summarised below in the NEWS file snippet, more details are in the ChangeLog as well.

0.7.6 2010-02-12 o SEXP_Vector (and ExpressionVector and GenericVector, a.k.a List) now have methods push_front, push_back and insert that are templated o SEXP_Vector now has int- and range-valued erase() members o Environment class has a default constructor (for RInside) o SEXP_Vector_Base factored out of SEXP_Vector (Effect. C++ #44) o SEXP_Vector_Base::iterator added as well as begin() and end() so that STL algorithms can be applied to Rcpp objects o CharacterVector gains a random access iterator, begin() and end() to support STL algorithmsl; iterator dereferences to a StringProxy o Restore Windows build; successfully tested on 32 and 64 bit; o Small fixes to inst/skeleton files for bootstrapping a package o RObject::asFoo deprecated in favour of Rcpp::as 

As always, even fuller details are in the ChangeLog on the Rcpp page which also leads to the downloads, the browseable doxygen docs and zip files of doxygen output for the standard formats. Questions, comments etc should go to the rcpp-devel mailing list off the R-Forge page

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