A new release 0.3.1 of the RPushbullet package, following the recent 0.3.0 release is now on CRAN. RPushbullet is interfacing the neat Pushbullet service for inter-device messaging, communication, and more. It lets you easily send alerts like the one to the to your browser, phone, tablet, … — or all at once.
This release owes once again a lot to Seth Wenchel who helped to update and extend a number of features. We fixed one more small bug stemming from the RJSONIO to jsonlite transition, and added a few more helpers. We also enabled Travis testing and with it covr-based coverage analysis using pretty much the same setup I described in this recent blog post.
Changes in version 0.3.1 (2017-02-17)
The target device designation was corrected (#39).
Three new (unexported) helper functions test the validity of the api key, device and channel (Seth in #41).
summary method for the
pbDevices class was corrected (Seth in #43).
New helper functions
pbGetChannelInfo were added (Seth in #44 closing #40).
pbChannelInfo were added (Seth in #44).
Travis CI tests (and covr coverage analysis) are now enabled via an encrypted config file (#45).
Courtesy of CRANberries, there is also a diffstat report for this release.
More details about the package are at the RPushbullet webpage and the RPushbullet GitHub repo.
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Source: Debian Planet