RcppClassic 0.9.1

April 7, 2011

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

Another pure maintenance release, this time of RcppClassic, the package
supporting the deprecated older classic
Rcpp API defined in
the earlier 2005 to 2006 releases, is now on

It contains no new code, but smoothes one or two edges in the build process
and noticed by the newest versions of
R CMD check, just like
yesterday’s RcppGSL release.

Courtesy of
CRANberries, here are
the changes to
the previous release.

Diff between RcppClassic versions 0.9.0 dated 2010-12-20 and 0.9.1 dated 2011-04-07

 RcppClassic-0.9.0/RcppClassic/build                                                 |only
 RcppClassic-0.9.0/RcppClassic/inst/lib                                              |only
 RcppClassic-0.9.1/RcppClassic/ChangeLog                                             |   17 ++++++
 RcppClassic-0.9.1/RcppClassic/DESCRIPTION                                           |    8 +--
 RcppClassic-0.9.1/RcppClassic/inst/doc/Makefile                                     |   25 ++++++----
 RcppClassic-0.9.1/RcppClassic/inst/doc/RcppClassic-unitTests.pdf                    |binary
 RcppClassic-0.9.1/RcppClassic/inst/doc/RcppClassic.pdf                              |binary
 RcppClassic-0.9.1/RcppClassic/inst/doc/unitTests-results/RcppClassic-unitTests.html |only
 RcppClassic-0.9.1/RcppClassic/inst/doc/unitTests-results/RcppClassic-unitTests.txt  |only
 RcppClassic-0.9.1/RcppClassic/inst/unitTests/runit.RcppDate.R                       |   24 ++++-----
 10 files changed, 49 insertions(+), 25 deletions(-)

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