[Rcpp-devel] statement about rcpp11 ?
jon at thon.cc
Mon Sep 29 22:42:39 CEST 2014
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i was wondering if you could let us know your thoughts about Rcpp11.
i've found it a little bit confusing, because at first i thought people
were just talking about Rcpp (which happens to be at version 0.11). then
i thought it was a newer version of Rcpp, but of course it isn't. then
i thought it was a version of Rcpp for use with C++11
(because presumably Rcpp doesn't support C++11... but of course it does).
so the name alone appears to have been chosen to maximise confusion, but
i was wondering what you thought about it technically. do you see it
replacing ol' Rcpp, and new projects should make an effort to use it
instead? do you see Rcpp being retired as a result? what is the future
perhaps these might make good FAQ entries.
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And, having nothing, yet hath all.
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