RInside 0.2.7

August 13, 2012
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(This article was first published on Thinking inside the box , and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

A new version 0.2.7 of
RInside
is now available via CRAN.
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 the
Rcpp R and C++
integration package.

This release adds two new examples subdirectories demonstrating use of
RInside with,
respectively, RcppArmadillo and RcppEigen. We extended the ‘web application’
example using the Wt toolkit by
adding CSS and XML support, and added another new example motivated by a
StackOverflow question. CMake support has been added for Windows as well
thanks to Peter Aberline—he also contributed CMake code for the two new
example directories but that contribution made it only into SVN and not this release.

All changes since the last release are summarized below in the NEWS file entry:

Changes in RInside version 0.2.7 (2012-08-12)

  • New fifth examples subdirectory ‘armadillo’ with two new
    examples showing how to combine RInside with RcppArmadillo

  • New sixth examples subdirectory ‘eigen’ with two new examples
    showing how to combine RInside with RcppEigen

  • Prettified the Wt example ‘web application’ with CSS use, also added
    and XML file with simple headers and description text

  • New example rinside_sample12 motivated by StackOverflow
    question on using sample() from C

  • Added CMake build support on Windows for the examples

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.

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