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Shared publicly -Rcpp 0.12.2 is now released -- more details at the link below.

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Rcpp 0.12.2 is now released -- more details at the link below.

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+Rcpp is now used by 500 CRAN packages.

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I think at this point it should become one of the recommended packages and just be installed with updates. Figure if it is being used by 7% of packages some of those very highly used packages, how many users have it installed?

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New Rcpp and RcppArmadillo releases!

Some more detail in the blog posted linked to below.

Some more detail in the blog posted linked to below.

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Rcpp 0.11.4 is out -- and we forgot to announce here when it came out a few days ago.

Best to keep an eye on +Dirk Eddelbuettel 's blog .. ;-)

Best to keep an eye on +Dirk Eddelbuettel 's blog .. ;-)

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Major new feature at the Rcpp Gallery: equations and graphs are now supported! So huge thank you to +Jonathan Olmsted for making it happen, and writing a superb first post showing it off.

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Finally got around to watching Matt's CppCon talk about +Rcpp -- nice stuff.

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Rcpp 0.12.0 is on CRAN -- with MOAR Big Data, string encoding and lots more.

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From the paper by Wang et al:

*The Rcpp project has revolutionized the integration of R with C++; it is now used by hundreds of R packages.*

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Rcpp 0.11.5 is now on CRAN and in Debian.

See below for the announcement blog post.

See below for the announcement blog post.

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As of this morning, Rcpp is now used by 300 CRAN packages, and a further 41 +Bioconductor packages.

A short blog post is at the link below.

A short blog post is at the link below.

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Seamless R and C++ Integration

Introduction

The Rcpp package provides a C++ library which facilitates the integration of R and C++.

To learn more about Rcpp, please see the pdf vignette (also published as Volume 40, Issue 8 of the Journal of Statistical Software).