Lambda.r 1.1.2 released to CRAN

July 11, 2013

(This article was first published on Cartesian Faith » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

This was mostly a bug scrub to improve the stability and robustness of the package. As always, the package is on CRAN. At this point I consider this package stable and appropriate for production use. It is used in a number of my other packages (e.g. futile.logger, tawny) as well as at my current work.

Squashed bugs

Other notes

Thanks tp Kirill Müller, lambda.r can now be installed directly from github via devtools. This is due to a change in my own package building utility, crant, which is designed to easily build against multiple R instances (e.g. release, patch, devel).

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