RcppExamples 0.1.9

August 24, 2019
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A new version of the RcppExamples package is now on CRAN.

The RcppExamples package provides a handful of short examples detailing by concrete working examples how to set up basic R data structures in C++. It also provides a simple example for packaging with Rcpp.

This releases brings a number of small fixes, including two from contributed pull requests (extra thanks for those!), and updates the package in a few spots. The NEWS extract follows:

Changes in RcppExamples version 0.1.9 (2019-08-24)

  • Extended DateExample to use more new Rcpp features

  • Do not print DataFrame result twice (Xikun Han in #3)

  • Missing parenthesis added in man page (Chris Muir in #5)

  • Rewrote StringVectorExample slightly to not run afould the -Wnoexcept-type warning for C++17-related name mangling changes

  • Updated NAMESPACE and RcppExports.cpp to add registration

  • Removed the no-longer-needed #define for new Datetime vectors

Courtesy of CRANberries, there is also a diffstat report for the most recent release.

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