RcppGSL 0.3.4

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A minor update version 0.3.4 of RcppGSL is now on CRAN. It contains an improved Windows build system (thanks, Jeroen!) and updates the C++ headers by removing dynamic exception specifications which C++11 frowns upon, and the compilers lets us know that in no uncertain terms. Builds using RcppGSL will now be more quiet. And as always, an extra treat for Solaris.

The RcppGSL package provides an interface from R to the GNU GSL using the Rcpp package.

No user-facing new code or features were added. The NEWS file entries follow below:

Changes in version 0.3.4 (2018-05-06)

  • Windows builds were updated (Jeroen Ooms in #16).

  • Remove dynamic exception specifications which are deprecated with C++11 or later (Dirk in #17).

  • Accomodate Solaris by being more explicit about sqrt.

Courtesy of CRANberries, a summary of changes to the most recent release is available.

More information is on the RcppGSL page. Questions, comments etc should go to the issue tickets at the GitHub repo.

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