RInside 0.2.6

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A new version of RInside, now at 0.2.6, 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 has an additional fix for the Windows use case, adds cmake support files for the examples, switches to using the same RNG initialization of time and process id that R uses, and other minor fixes.

All changes since the last release are summarized below:

2012-01-11  Dirk Eddelbuettel  

        * DESCRIPTION: Release 0.2.6

        * DESCRIPTION: Updated Description: text 

2012-01-08  Dirk Eddelbuettel  

        * src/RInside.cpp: Correct console writer on Windows to not use
        Rprintf (with thanks to both James Bates and John Brzustowski)

        * src/RInside.cpp: Update RNG seeding to same scheme now used by
        R which blends both (millisecond) time and process id

        * src/RInside.cpp: Replace fprintf(stderr,...) with Rf_error(...)
        * src/setenv/setenv.c: Idem
        * inst/examples/*: Added CMake build support for all example
        directories kindly provided by Peter Aberline; this helps when coding
        inside of IDEs such as Eclipse, KDevelop or Code::Blocks

        * inst/examples/standard/Makefile.win: Allow for an R_ARCH variable
        to be set to enforce either i386 or x64 builds

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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