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A new release 0.3.7 of RcppGSL is now on CRAN. The RcppGSL package provides an interface from R to the GNU GSL using the Rcpp package.
Stephen Wade noticed that we were not actually freeing memory from the GSL vectors and matrices as we set out to do. And he is quite right: a dormant bug, present since the 0.3.0 release, has now been squashed. I had one boolean wrong, and this has now been corrected. I also took the opportunity to switch the vignette to prebuilt mode: Now a pre-made pdf is just included in a Sweave document, which makes the build more robust to tooling changes around the vignette processing. Lastly, the package was converted to the excellent tinytest unit test framework. Detailed changes below.
Changes in version 0.3.7 (2019-10-20)
A logic error was corrected in the wrapper class, vector and matrix memory is now properly free()’ed (Dirk in #22 fixing #20).
The introductory vignettes is now premade (Dirk in #23), and was updated lightly in its bibliography handling.
The unit tests are now run by tinytest (Dirk in #24).
Courtesy of CRANberries, a summary of changes to the most recent release is also 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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