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After a short hiatus, a new version of the (wonderfully useful, if I dare say so 😉 RcppTOML package is now on CRAN. RcppTOML lets R read the (absolutely awesome) TOML configuration file format–which is simply fabulous as it emphasizes strong readability for humans while at the same time supporting strong typing as well as immediate and clear error reports. At work, we’re all fans now.
The new version on CRAN mostly updates to an updated version of the underlying cpptoml library by Chase. Nothing much changed on the R side.
Courtesy of CRANberries, there is a diffstat report for this release More information and examples are on the RcppTOML page.
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