Release Notes: This release adds support for R 3.0.0. Bugs have been fixed, and features have been added, with a focus on new options for plugin development.
Release Notes: Debugging features were added, several dialogs were reworked, and many plugins gained new features. Several bugs were fixed, and support for running on Mac OS X was added.
Release Notes: Support was added for the upcoming version 2.14.0 of R. The approach to downloading add-on packages has been reworked. Assorted new features have been added, and bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Besides bugfixes, this release brings a variety of new features. A new Ctrl+Tab window switching feature eases working with many documents. S4 slots and package namespaces can now be explored in the workspace browser. The output window can now also be used, easily, to document snippets of R code (including syntax highlighting) and the corresponding R output.
Release Notes: The GUI frontend and R backend have been split into separate processes, in order to enhance stability and compatibility with certain R packages. Many bugs have been fixed, and many features have been improved.
Release Notes: A plot-history feature has been added for on-screen graphics devices. The data.frame editor now supports editing row names, and new possibilities for scripting plugins have been added. Several bugs have been fixed, and documentation has been updated.
Release Notes: Plugins now use ECMAscript instead of PHP for generating R code. Several bugs were fixed, especially on the Windows platform. More graphics formats are supported, and several other feature requests were implemented.
Release Notes: This release is a backport of several important bugfixes in RKWard 0.5.2 to KDE 3. Most importantly, the new help system introduced in R 2.10.0 is now supported.
Release Notes: Support was added for the new dynamic help system in R 2.10.0. Several features were added, including configurable toolbars, auto-closing plugin dialogs, and a Stata import plugin. Several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Keyboard shortcuts have been made configurable. The output window now offers links to re-run a plugin with the previous settings. Several bugs have been fixed. This is the first official version of RKWard to be available for the Windows operating system.