Rcpp 0.9.2

February 24, 2011

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The 0.9.2 release of
is now on CRAN and

This version contains a build fix for the older 10.5.* version of OS X and
its g++ 4.2.1 compiler; we now skip one test that upset it. CRAN builds for
OS X should resume. We also added simple configuration support for the Intel
Compiler; feedback would be welcome on the list. Lastly, documentation in the
vignettes was expanded a little. The NEWS entry is below; more detail is in
the ChangeLog file in the package and on the
Rcpp Changelog page.

0.9.2   2011-02-23

    o   The unitTest runit.Module.client.package.R is now skipped on older OS
        X releases as it triggers a bug with g++ 4.2.1 or older; OS X 10.6 is
        fine but as it no longer support ppc we try to accomodate 10.5 too
        Thanks to Simon Urbanek for pinning this down and Baptiste Auguie
        and Ken Williams for additonal testing 

    o   RcppCommon.h now recognises the Intel Compiler thanks to a short
        patch by Alexey Stukalov; this turns off Cxx0x and TR1 features too

    o   Three more setup questions were added to the Rcpp-FAQ vignette

    o   One question about RcppArmadillo was added to the Rcpp-FAQ vignette

Thanks to
CRANberries, there is
also a
diff to the previous release 0.9.1.

As always, even fuller details are on the
Rcpp Changelog page and the
Rcpp page which also
leads to the downloads, the
doxygen docs
and zip files of doxygen output for the standard formats.
A local directory has
source and documentation too.
Questions, comments etc should go to the
rcpp-devel mailing list
off the R-Forge page

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