This was mostly a bug scrub to improve the stability and robustness of the package. As always, the package is on CRAN. At this point I consider this package stable and appropriate for production use. It is used in a number of my other packages (e.g. futile.logger, tawny) as well as at my current work.
- Cannot dispatch to a function distinguished solely by a named argument
- Ellipsis argument doesn’t work properly when arguments are unnamed
- Warning message when a lambda.r function with type constraints returns an object with type information
Thanks tp Kirill Müller, lambda.r can now be installed directly from github via devtools. This is due to a change in my own package building utility, crant, which is designed to easily build against multiple R instances (e.g. release, patch, devel).