./devel/R-bit64, S3 class for vectors of 64-bit integers

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.9.7, Package name: R-bit64-0.9.7, Maintainer: minskim

Package 'bit64' provides serializable S3 atomic 64bit (signed)
integers. These are useful for handling database keys and exact
counting in +-2^63. WARNING: do not use them as replacement for 32bit
integers, integer64 are not supported for subscripting by R-core and
they have different semantics when combined with double,
e.g. integer64 + double => integer64. Class integer64 can be used in
vectors, matrices, arrays and data.frames. Methods are available for
coercion from and to logicals, integers, doubles, characters and
factors as well as many elementwise and summary functions. Many fast
algorithmic operations such as 'match' and 'order' support interactive
data exploration and manipulation and optionally leverage caching.


Required to run:
[math/R] [devel/R-bit]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

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   2018-07-28 16:40:53 by Brook Milligan | Files touched by this commit (126)
Log message:
Remove MASTER_SITES= from individual R package Makefiles.

Each R package should include ../../math/R/Makefile.extension, which also
defines MASTER_SITES.  Consequently, it is redundant for the individual
packages to do the same.  Package-specific definitions also prevent
redefining MASTER_SITES in a single common place.
   2018-03-06 18:07:52 by Min Sik Kim | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
devel/R-bit64: Import version 0.9.7

Package 'bit64' provides serializable S3 atomic 64bit (signed)
integers. These are useful for handling database keys and exact
counting in +-2^63. WARNING: do not use them as replacement for 32bit
integers, integer64 are not supported for subscripting by R-core and
they have different semantics when combined with double,
e.g. integer64 + double => integer64. Class integer64 can be used in
vectors, matrices, arrays and data.frames. Methods are available for
coercion from and to logicals, integers, doubles, characters and
factors as well as many elementwise and summary functions. Many fast
algorithmic operations such as 'match' and 'order' support interactive
data exploration and manipulation and optionally leverage caching.