Streamulus, written by Irit Katriel, uses very clever template meta-programming (via Boost Fusion) to implement an embedded domain-specific event language created specifically for event stream processing.
This release updates the compilation standard to C++11 per CRAN’s request as this helps with both current and upcoming compiler variants. A few edits were made to DESCRIPTION and README.md, the Travis driver file was updated, but no new code was added.
The NEWS file entries follows below:
Changes in version 0.1.1 (2016-08-05)
Compilation is now done using C++11 standards per request of CRAN to help with an array of newer (pre-release) and older compilers
The Travis CI script was updated to use run.sh from our fork; it now also installs all dependencies as binary .deb files.
The README.md was updated with additional badges.
The DESCRIPTION file now has URL and BugReports entries.