RcppDE 0.1.1

April 9, 2012
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The RcppDE package required a bug-fix release. One of the tests compared
results to those from the
DEoptim package this
is based upon, and these are no longer equal, leading the tests to fail.
While I was at it, I finally committed a few more things that had piled up.

Below are the corresponding ChangeLog entries

2012-04-08  Dirk Eddelbuettel  

	* DESCRIPTION: Release 0.1.1

	* tests/compTest.R: With the just-release DEoptim 2.2.0, results are
	no longer identical so we commented-out the stopifnot() comparison to
	not break any automated tests (as requested by the CRAN maintainers)

	* .Rbuildignore: Added a few more files which R CMD check does not
	want to see in the tarball

2011-03-07  Dirk Eddelbuettel  

	* src/evaluate.h: Also reflect '...' argument from R function we pass
	in, with thanks to Josh Ulrich for the one-line patch

	* R/DEoptim.R: No longer pass environment 'env' down
	* man/DEoptim.Rd: No longer document now unused 'env'

	* src/deoptim.cpp: Minor tweak to RcppArmadillo object creation

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