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R - statistics package (S-Plus like)

R is a language which is not entirely unlike the S language developed at
AT&T Bell Laboratories by Rick Becker, John Chambers and Allan Wilks.
AUTHORS: R Core Team

Source Files

Filename Size Changed Actions
R-3.3.0.tar.bz2 25 MB 26 days ago
R-base.changes 120 KB 11 days ago Download File
R-base.spec 57.4 KB 11 days ago Download File

Latest Revision

Dominique Leuenberger Dominique Leuenberger (dimstar_suse) accepted request 396576 6 days ago (revision 47)
- further cleanup of spec file.
  Removed unneeded explicit Requires for
  Removed removal of backup file that was meanwhile removed upstream.

  Thx to Jan Engelhardt, again!

- clean up of spec file after comments from  Jan Engelhardt in 
  Some unneeded explicit BuildRequires removed. 

- tre.patch was removed.  

- and libbz2-devel needed, too.

- added BuildRequires: bzip2
  for i586.

- upstream release 3.3.0
  CHANGES IN R 3.3.0:
    * nchar(x, *)'s argument keepNA governing how the result for NAs in
      x is determined, gets a new default keepNA = NA which returns NA
      where x is NA, except for type = "width" which still returns 2,
      the formatting / printing width of NA.
    * All builds have support for https: URLs in the default methods
      for download.file(), url() and code making use of them.
      Unfortunately that cannot guarantee that any particular https:
      URL can be accessed.  For example, server and client have to
      successfully negotiate a cryptographic protocol (TLS/SSL, ...)

Comments for openSUSE:Factory (1)

Aaron Puchert aaronpuchert wrote about 1 month ago

The main package is categorized as "Productivity/Scientific/Math", while some subpackages are in "Development/Libraries/Other", and the most are in "Developement/Libraries/Other". (Note the typo!) That doesn't sound right.

Maybe now that there are so many packages, does it make sense to open a new category? "Development/Libraries/R"? This could also be the canonical place for packages from CRAN.