RcppRedis 0.1.7

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A new release of RcppRedis arrived on CRAN today. And just like for the previous release, Russell Pierce contributed a lot of changes via several pull requests which make for more robust operations. In addition, we have started to add support for MessagePack by relying on our recently-announced RcppMsgPack package.

Changes in version 0.1.7 (2016-04-27)

  • Added support for timeout constructor argument (PR #14 by Russell Pierce)

  • Added new commands exists, ltrim, expire and pexpire along with unit tests (PR #16 by Russell Pierce)

  • Return NULL for empty keys in serialized get for consistency with lpop and rpop (also PR #16 by Russell Pierce)

  • Minor corrections to get code and hget and hset documentation (also PR #16 by Russell Pierce)

  • Error conditions are now properly forwarded as R errors (PR #22 by Russell Pierce)

  • Results from Redis commands are now checked for NULL (PR #23 by Russell Pierce)

  • MessagePack encoding can now be used which requires MessagePackage headers of version 1.0 or later; the (optional) RcppMsgPack package can be used.

Courtesy of CRANberries, there is also a diffstat report for the most recent release. More information is on the RcppRedis page.

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