[rkward-users] [rkward-announce] Upcoming release, call for testing RKWard 0.5.7

Thomas Friedrichsmeier thomas.friedrichsmeier at ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Thu Oct 6 16:44:07 UTC 2011


Once again, it's time to prepare a new release, and once again, I would like 
to ask you for help in testing, packaging and translating. Details on 
available downloads, and a tentative release schedule can be found at 
as usual. The targetted release date is October 23. and I would like to ask 
you to provide feedback by October 15.

Features to look out for are the reworked package installation / update dialog 
(Settings->Configure Packages). Further, there are new tabulation options in 
box plot, pareto chart, bar plot, and pie chart. Also, it should finally be 
safe to use RKWard with mclapply() and other parallelization techniques. So 
you may want to give that a try as well.

While looking at the package installation dialog, you may also want to install 
and take a look at package "rkwarddev". In it, Meik has implemented a whole 
set of functions to ease the creation of plugins for rkward (technically, this 
is not part of the upcoming release, however).

--- Translators ---

Now is a good time to start updating your translations. As usual, the deadline 
to send your updates ends with the testing phase on October 15. RKWard is now 
registered for translations on launchpad: 
https://translations.launchpad.net/rkward , and it is recommended to upload 
your translations, there. Sending translations by mail is also ok, of course.

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