RcppArmadillo 0.2.13

February 19, 2011
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(This article was first published on Thinking inside the box , and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Yesterday Conrad Sanderson released version 1.1.4 of his
Armadillo templated C++ library
for linear algebra, so hot on the heels our
0.2.12 release
from a few days ago comes version 0.2.13 of
RcppArmadillo, our
Rcpp-based
integration into R. This new version
0.2.13 is now on CRAN and its mirrors.

The short NEWS file extract follows, also containing Conrad’s entry for 1.1.4:

0.2.13  2011-02-18

    o   Upgraded to Armadillo Version 1.1.4   "Manta Lodge"

         * Faster sort()
         * Updated installation to detect recent versions of Intel's MKL
         * Added interpretation of arbitrary "flat" subcubes as matrices

And courtesy of
CRANberries, here is
the

diff to the previous release 0.2.12
:

Diff between RcppArmadillo versions 0.2.12 dated 2011-02-16 and 0.2.13 dated 2011-02-19

 ChangeLog                                               |    6 
 DESCRIPTION                                             |   14 
 inst/NEWS                                               |    8 
 inst/doc/RcppArmadillo-unitTests.pdf                    |binary
 inst/doc/unitTests-results/RcppArmadillo-unitTests.html |    6 
 inst/doc/unitTests-results/RcppArmadillo-unitTests.txt  |   36 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/Col_meat.hpp                |   64 +
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/Col_proto.hpp               |    3 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/Cube_meat.hpp               |  124 ++
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/Cube_proto.hpp              |    7 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/Mat_meat.hpp                |  696 +++++++++++---
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/Mat_proto.hpp               |   36 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/Row_meat.hpp                |   62 +
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/Row_proto.hpp               |    3 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/arma_version.hpp            |    4 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/arrayops_meat.hpp           |   76 -
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/debug.hpp                   |  254 ++++-
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/field_meat.hpp              |   44 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/field_proto.hpp             |    2 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/fn_accu.hpp                 |   15 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/fn_prod.hpp                 |   10 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/forward_proto.hpp           |    8 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/injector_meat.hpp           |   70 +
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/injector_proto.hpp          |    4 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/op_sort_meat.hpp            |  242 ++---
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/op_sort_proto.hpp           |   15 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/span.hpp                    |   72 +
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/subview_cube_meat.hpp       |  759 +++++++++++++---
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/subview_cube_proto.hpp      |   19 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/subview_field_meat.hpp      |   83 +
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/subview_field_proto.hpp     |   11 
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/subview_meat.hpp            |  118 +-
 inst/include/armadillo_bits/subview_proto.hpp           |   21 
 33 files changed, 2113 insertions(+), 779 deletions(-)

More information is on the
RcppArmadillo page.
Questions, comments etc should go to the
rcpp-devel mailing list
off the R-Forge page.

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