Over the last week I’ve spent a lot of time writing R. Much of the code isn’t yet visible - brand new packages, sorta thing, which I’m super excited about - but some time was spent on patching and releasing existing packages. Tweaks out now on CRAN:
- geohash, which computes and decodes geohashes, no longer snarls on the international dateline. In addition it’s guaranteed to work on the next GCC release.
- ores, the client for Wikipedia’s Objective Revision Evaluation Service, is updated to version 3 of the API.
- rgeolocate, R’s standard IP geolocation package, has wider compiler support and no longer contains a bug around non-absolute paths.