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non port: head/converters/R-cran-RJSONIO/pkg-descr
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Number of commits found: 2

Sat, 24 Nov 2012
[ 03:47 tota ] Original commit 
307704 converters/R-cran-RJSONIO/Makefile
307704 converters/R-cran-RJSONIO/distinfo
307704 converters/R-cran-RJSONIO/pkg-descr
- Update to 1.0-0
- Convert to new Makefile header
- Trim WWW: line in pkg-descr

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Sun, 4 Sep 2011
[ 12:53 tota ] Original commit 
1.194 converters/Makefile
1.1 converters/R-cran-RJSONIO/Makefile
1.1 converters/R-cran-RJSONIO/distinfo
1.1 converters/R-cran-RJSONIO/pkg-descr
- Add a new port: converters/R-cran-RJSONIO

  This is a package that allows conversion to and from data in
  Javascript object notation (JSON) format. This allows R objects to
  be inserted into Javascript/ECMAScript/ActionScript code and allows
  R programmers to read and convert JSON content to R objects. This
  is an alternative to rjson package. That version was too slow for
  converting large R objects to JSON and is not extensible, but a
  very useful prototype. It is fast for parsing. This package uses
  methods, vectorized operations and C code and callbacks to R functions
  for deserializing JSON objects to R. Verison 0.4 of this package
  uses a new native parser, implements the transformation code in C
  and allocates memory efficiently (rather than concatenating because
  of event driven parsing). The result is a significantly faster
  parsing of large JSON documents.

  WWW:  http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/RJSONIO/

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