RcppGSL 0.1.1

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A pure maintenance release of
interface package between
R and the
GNU GSL using our
Rcpp package for
seamless R and C++ integration—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. It also adds vignette from the unit tests as some
of our other packages do.

The short NEWS file extract follows below.

0.1.1   2011-04-05

    o   Unit tests produce a summary vignette as for some of the other packages

    o   The documentation Makefile now uses the $R_HOME environment variable

    o   The documentation Makefile no longer calls clean in the all target

And courtesy of
CRANberries, here are
the changes to
the previous release.

Diff between RcppGSL versions 0.1.0 dated 2010-12-01 and 0.1.1 dated 2011-04-06

 ChangeLog                      |   22 ++++++++++++++++++++
 DESCRIPTION                    |    8 +++----
 inst/NEWS                      |    8 +++++++
 inst/doc/Makefile              |   28 ++++++++++++++++++++------
 inst/doc/RcppGSL-unitTests.Rnw |only
 inst/doc/RcppGSL-unitTests.pdf |only
 inst/doc/RcppGSL-unitTests.tex |only
 inst/doc/RcppGSL.pdf           |binary
 inst/doc/RcppGSL/RcppGSL.Rnw   |   43 ++++++++++++++++++-----------------------
 inst/doc/unitTests             |only
 src/Makevars.in                |    2 -
 11 files changed, 75 insertions(+), 36 deletions(-)

More information is on the
RcppGSL page.
Questions, comments etc should go to the
rcpp-devel mailing list
off the R-Forge page.

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