RInside release 0.2.3

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A new 0.2.3 release of
RInside is now
on CRAN. RInside is a set of
convenience classes which facilitate embedding of R
inside of C++ applications and programs.
RInside
works particularly well with
Rcpp and now
depends on it.

This is the first release since March when we released
0.2.2.
A few things got added to
Rcpp in the
meantime, and
RInside is
taking advantage of some of these as illustrated in several of the included examples.

More details and the changelog are on the
RInside page
which also leads

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