Double Release: Rook 1.0-5 and rApache 1.1.21

June 1, 2012
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(This article was first published on Jeffrey Horner, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I wanted to get these releases out the door before the useR conference, especially since I’m giving a tutorial on Rook!

There were two bugs found in Rook, not by me, but by users! This is a fantastic step in the right direction as it’s an indication that other people besides me are actually using my software. You can wait for Rook 1.0-5 to hit CRAN soon, or get it from github now.

Exciting also to merge my first pull request on rApache, thanks to the careful eye of donkang75. You can get rApache 1.1.21 from the usual place.

Have a wonderful weekend!

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