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May 18, 2010

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Thanks for the post David.
I would just like to emphasize that the person responsible for the proper compiling of the package is Tao Shi.

Thanks for making your code available.

Best,
Tal

Would be great if you could make it work on Linux as well. Would make my life a lot easier, with a lot less if() statements. :)
Other than that, great package. In my view, one of the top contributions lately!

foreach works on all platforms, and there are several parallel backends that you can use on Linux, including doMC (for single-machine SMP); and doSNOW, and doNWS (included in Revolution R Enterprise) for cluster/grid processing.

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