pgfSweave 1.1.3 is now on CRAN. This release adds a few new features and fixes some bugs
- The pesky Rplots.pdf file is not generated anymore
- Brand new vignette by Hans Ekbrand on the use of pgfSweave with large data sets based on this site.
- New example on using caching by Yihui Xie
- Reusing code chunks now works as expected
- Inline comments are now preserved when tidy=T (thanks to changes in the formatR)
Please see the NEWS file for the full list sicce version 1.1.0.
I am also now working on the next version of pgfSweave to be version 1.2. This version will make some considerable changes to improve efficiency, namely
- Scrap the “old” externalization (\beginpgfgraphicnamed) in favor of the tikz external library (\tikzexternalize) which will allow for parallel compilation of external graphics
- Improve recognition of changes to plotting chunks for efficiency
- Fix centering of
\include‘d images and highlighted output
- Improve upon the package load time
- Spif up the command line interface with some new options
The next release of pgfSweave is now on CRAN! It has been a while since I posted about pgfSweave and there have been some significant changes in the past couple of months.
The main new features are:
- Automatic code highlighting via the highlight package. This can be turned off with the
- “Tidying” of source code output via the
- Access to tikzDevice sanitization through a code chunk option
- Automatic addition of the
\pgfrealjobname command if it does not exist similarly to the addition of the
- Setting tex.driver=latex will now (in addition to working) generate an eps file
And of course bug fixes:
- Fixes for bunches of issues related to the changes in Sweave in R 2.12. I think these issues are now resolved (fingers crossed)
keep.source actually works now.
See the NEWS file for the complete list of changes and the vignette for information on now to use the new options.
Version 1.0.5 is now on CRAN. This version brings some bug fixes as well as two new features:
- Unlabeled code chunks are now allowed.
- The correct version of PGF is now checked for on startup. If the version is < 2.00, the package will fail to load.