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October 27, 2017


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Thanks for keeping MRO much closer to the current CRAN version than RRO could! I use a lot of rapidly-developing domain-specific packages with binaries (and sometimes source) incompatible with older versions of R, so the old RRO 3-4 versions behind R would not work for me. Every package I use currently works with 3.4.1 & 3.4.2, so this update prevents _having_ to abandon MRO for some tasks until it catches up. MRO lets me easily throw 14 cores at all simulations via doParallel + foreach at work under Win 7. [At home I can run linux and run multi-cores and GPU-computing for raster operations, so I can crank with inferior hardware. Alas, I just don't get paid for that work.]

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