R 2.11.1 released

May 31, 2010
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It’s official: R 2.11.1 is out. Source code and binaries for Windows and MacOS are available at the master CRAN mirror, and will be available for download from your local mirror soon.

As anticipated, this is an update release focussing mainly on bugfixes and with just one new feature. According to R core team member Peter Dalgaard one fix in particular may be significant if you work with large quantities of dates: a problem with format.POSIXlt that could cause a crash when working with long date vectors has been fixed. You can see the complete list of changes in the current NEWS file

R-announce mailing list: R 2.11.1 is released

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