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|Author||R Development Core Team|
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||data manipulation, statistical computation, data analysis, statistics, computation, analysis|
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|3.5.0||Apr 24, 2018||New Release||SIGNIFICANT USER-VISIBLE CHANGES:
-All packages are by default byte-compiled on installation. This makes the installed packages larger (usually marginally so) and may affect the format of messages and tracebacks (which often exclude .Call and similar).
-factor() now uses order() to sort its levels, rather than sort.list(). This allows factor() to support custom vector-like objects if methods for the appropriate generics are defined. It has the side effect of making factor() succeed on empty or length-one non-atomic vector(-like) types (e.g., "list"), where it failed before.
-diag() gets an optional names argument: this may require updates to packages defining S4 methods for it.
-chooseCRANmirror() and chooseBioCmirror() no longer have a useHTTPS argument, not needed now all R builds support https:// downloads.
-New summary() method for warnings() with a (somewhat experimental) print() method.
|3.4.0||Jun 16, 2017||New Release||SIGNIFICANT USER-VISIBLE CHANGES:
(Unix-alike) The default methods for download.file() and url() now choose "libcurl" except for file:// URLs. There will be small changes in the format and wording of messages, including in rare cases if an issue is a warning or an error. For example, when HTTP re-direction occurs, some messages refer to the final URL rather than the specified one.
Those who use proxies should check that their settings are compatible (see ?download.file: the most commonly used forms work for both "internal" and "libcurl").
table() has been amended to be more internally consistent and become back compatible to R <= 2.7.2 again. Consequently, table(1:2, exclude = NULL) no longer contains a zero count for <NA>, but useNA = "always" continues to do so.
|3.3.1||Jun 27, 2016||New Release||BUG FIXES
R CMD INSTALL and hence install.packages() gave an internal error installing a package called description from a tarball on a case-insensitive file system
match(x, t) (and hence x %in% t) failed when x was of length one and either character and x and t only differed in their Encoding or when x and t where complex with NAs or NaNs. (PR#16885.)
unloadNamespace(ns) also works again when ns is a 'namespace', as from getNamespace()