RProtoBuf 0.2,0

September 11, 2010
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A brand new and shiny release of
RProtoBuf,
now at version 0.2.0, arrived on
CRAN earlier today.
RProtoBuf
provides
GNU R
bindings for
the
Google Protobuf data encoding
library used and release by Google and others.

This is only the second release after
0.1-0
more than six months ago. Given that
Rcpp is such a key
ingedrient for
RProtoBuf, and
that
Rcpp underwent so
many exciting changes itself, Romain and I never got around to releasing new versions of
RProtoBuf.
This version is now much closer to the actual C++ API and fairly feature
rich. We summarised a few of these new things in the
presentation
at
useR! 2010.

There is more information at the
RProtoBuf
page; there is a
draft package vignette,
a ‘quick’ overview vignette
and a
unit test summary vignette.

Questions, comments etc should go to the
rprotobuf mailing list
off the RProtoBuf page at R-Forge.

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