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Sweave now knows about a few more Windows' encodings, including ‘cp1250’ and ‘cp1257’. (Belated user request.)
‘setGeneric()’ now looks in the default packages for a non-generic version of a function if called from a package with a namespace. (It always did for packages without a namespace.)
‘R CMD check’ now reports what look like methods documented with their full names even if there is a namespace and they are exported (as this happens a lot with automatically constructed namespaces).
Work around an issue in Linux (a system ‘select’ call resetting ‘tv’) which prevented internet operations from timing out properly.
Sweave now knows about a few more Windows' encodings, including
‘cp1250’ and ‘cp1257’. (Belated user request.)
It is possible to build in ‘src/extra/xdr’ on more platforms. (Needed since glibc 2.14 hides its RPC implementation.)