Rcpp 0.9.10

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A new release 0.9.10 of Rcpp is now on CRAN and in Debian. This is mostly internal release with a little bit of code reorgination (some of which will be used by a forthcoming RcppArmadillo release), some changes to make R CMD check happy, and one or two new features.

The complete NEWS entry for 0.9.10 is below; more details are in the ChangeLog file in the package and on the Rcpp Changelog page.

0.9.10  2012-02-16

    o   Rearrange headers so that Rcpp::Rcout can be used by RcppArmadillo et al

    o   New Rcpp sugar function mapply (for limited to two or three input vectors)

    o   Added custom version of the Rcpp sugar diff function for numeric vectors
        skipping unncesserry checks for NA

    o   Some internal code changes to reflect changes and stricter requirements
        in R CMD check in the current R-devel versions
    o   Corrected fixed-value initialization for IntegerVector (with thanks to
        Gregor Kastner for spotting this)

    o   New Rcpp-FAQ entry on simple way to a set compiler option for cxxfunction

Thanks to CRANberries, you can also look at a diff to the previous release 0.9.9. As always, even fuller details are on the Rcpp Changelog page and the Rcpp page which also leads to the downloads, the browseable doxygen docs and zip files of doxygen output for the standard formats. A local directory has source and documentation too. Questions, comments etc should go to the rcpp-devel mailing list off the R-Forge page

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