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Another minor release of RcppRedis just arrived on CRAN, following a fairly long break since the last release in October 2018.
RcppRedis is one of several packages connecting R to the fabulous Redis in-memory datastructure store (and much more). RcppRedis does not pretend to be feature complete, but it may do some things faster than the other interfaces, and also offers an optional coupling with MessagePack binary (de)serialization via RcppMsgPack. The package has carried production loads for several years now.
This release switches to the fabulous tinytest package, allowing for very flexible testing during development and deployment—three cheers for easily testing installed packages too.
Changes in version 0.1.10 (2020-01-16)
- The package now uses tinytest for unit tests (Dirk in #41).
Courtesy of CRANberries, there is also a diffstat report for this release. More information is on the RcppRedis page.
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