[Rd] R 3.6.3 is released

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-------- Messaggio originale --------Da: Peter Dalgaard via R-devel <r-devel using r-project.org> Data: 29/02/20  10:19  (GMT+01:00) A: r-announce using r-project.org Cc: r-devel <r-devel using r-project.org> Oggetto: [Rd] R 3.6.3 is released The build system rolled up R-3.6.3.tar.gz (codename "Holding the Windsock") this morning.The list below details the changes in this release.You can get the source code fromhttp://cran.r-project.org/src/base/R-3/R-3.6.3.tar.gzor wait for it to be mirrored at a CRAN site nearer to you.Binaries for various platforms will appear in due course.For the R Core Team,Peter DalgaardThese are the checksums (md5 and SHA-256) for the freshly created files, in case you wishto check that they are uncorrupted:MD5 (AUTHORS) = b9c44f9f78cab3184ad9898bebc854b4MD5 (COPYING) = eb723b61539feef013de476e68b5c50aMD5 (COPYING.LIB) = a6f89e2100d9b6cdffcea4f398e37343MD5 (FAQ) = 28a3942a7129877e9af1d5ea16202052MD5 (INSTALL) = 7893f754308ca31f1ccf62055090ad7bMD5 (NEWS) = 2b364f6eaef28e069ab8ed779ee5859dMD5 (NEWS.0) = bfcd7c147251b5474d96848c6f57e5a8MD5 (NEWS.1) = eb78c4d053ec9c32b815cf0c2ebea801MD5 (NEWS.2) = 591dcf615162127f904e4e461f330ce9MD5 (R-latest.tar.gz) = 506c9576ba33e1262ad5b5624db9d96aMD5 (README) = f468f281c919665e276a1b691decbbe6MD5 (RESOURCES) = 529223fd3ffef95731d0a87353108435MD5 (THANKS) = bb45f89c01d509721c47fd41f147da60MD5 (VERSION-INFO.dcf) = d97d382dc5583f9385461d8a4b0ff091MD5 (R-3/R-3.6.3.tar.gz) = 506c9576ba33e1262ad5b5624db9d96a2cde824a7b18958e5f06b391c801c8288be0f84fa8934b7ddefef23c67e60c09  AUTHORSe6d6a009505e345fe949e1310334fcb0747f28dae2856759de102ab66b722cb4  COPYING6095e9ffa777dd22839f7801aa845b31c9ed07f3d6bf8a26dc5d2dec8ccc0ef3  COPYING.LIB38219d9c6221ccfbf075ef03711b420a1aa8731f890c8f2337148b602a217c2d  FAQf87461be6cbaecc4dce44ac58e5bd52364b0491ccdadaf846cb9b452e9550f31  INSTALL50381062bad9aeb4b0c8c4695cb6955c5ff70699fcc821a8e1b340229100278c  NEWS4e21b62f515b749f80997063fceab626d7258c7d650e81a662ba8e0640f12f62  NEWS.012b30c724117b1b2b11484673906a6dcd48a361f69fc420b36194f9218692d01  NEWS.1ca04f78ffe54afa326fe3ed40e7e1411aca0000ed2fa5ead97ddf51c6aa5b7bc  NEWS.289302990d8e8add536e12125ec591d6951022cf8475861b3690bc8bf1cefaa8f  R-latest.tar.gz2fdd3e90f23f32692d4b3a0c0452f2c219a10882033d1774f8cadf25886c3ddc  README408737572ecc6e1135fdb2cf7a9dbb1a6cb27967c757f1771b8c39d1fd2f1ab9  RESOURCES2a8dca916cd92229ef9e328f3610ca204809c262823b860252b42072dac2473a  THANKS20f8bfdfc6302bb2cf9b0fc5424c9a10ac0953096b6c32768ffd106a3fdd4589  VERSION-INFO.dcf89302990d8e8add536e12125ec591d6951022cf8475861b3690bc8bf1cefaa8f  R-3/R-3.6.3.tar.gzThis is the relevant part of the NEWS fileCHANGES IN R 3.6.3:  NEW FEATURES:    * The included LAPACK has been updated to version 3.9.0 (for the      included routines, just bug fixes).  BUG FIXES:    * Fixed a C level integer overflow in rhyper(); reported by      Benjamin Tyner in PR#17694.    * Uses of url(gzcon(.)) needing to extend buffer size have failed      (with HTTP/2 servers), reported by G'abor Cs'ardi.    * predict(loess(..), se=TRUE) now errors out (instead of      seg.faulting etc) for large sample sizes, thanks to a report and      patch by Benjamin Tyner in PR#17121.    * tools:assertCondition(., "error") and hence assertError() no      longer return errors twice (invisibly).    * update(form, new) in the case of a long new formula sometimes      wrongly eliminated the intercept from form, or (more rarely)      added a garbage term (or seg.faulted !); the fix happened by      simplifying the C-level logic of terms.formula().  Reported by      Mathias Amb"uhl in PR#16326.    * The error message from stopifnot(.., <error producing call>)      again contains the full "stopifnot(.......)" call: Its attempted      suppression did not work consistently.    * On Windows, download.file(., , "wininet", headers=character())      would fail; reported with patch proposal by Kevin Ushey in      PR#17710.-- Peter Dalgaard, Professor,Center for Statistics, Copenhagen Business SchoolSolbjerg Plads 3, 2000 Frederiksberg, DenmarkPhone: (+45)38153501Office: A 4.23Email: pd.mes using cbs.dk  Priv: PDalgd using gmail.com______________________________________________R-devel@r-project.org mailing listhttps://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/r-devel
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