Release Notes: This release does not contain any significant new features, but fixes a number of bugs. Most importantly, a problem with looking up fortran symbol errors has been fixed.
Release Notes: Many new plugins have been added. Several existing plugins have been improved considerably. Window navigation has been improved. Several new help pages have been added. Piping commands was improved. Some bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Many new graphical dialog plugins have been added, including several distributions plots, bar plot, scatter plot, and correlation matrix plots, Ansari-Bradley and Wilcoxon tests, SPSS file import, and several others. Several bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Some aspects of the user interface have been reworked. Several new plugins have been added, and code generated by plugins has been cleaned up.
Release Notes: R X11 device windows are now managed by RKWard. Several plugins were added / improved. Two new translations were added (Greek and Catalan). Several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Many bugs have been fixed. Code completion and function argument hinting features have been added to the console and the script editor.
Release Notes: Objects from all packages are now visible in the object browser. Many distribution plugins were added or improved. Changes in objects now cause an automatic update of the object list. RKWard should now be fully UTF-8 aware.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed. Most importantly, this release no longer crashes when editing large datasets. R package management was improved. Syntax highlighting was updated, and code folding was added. Handling of command output was improved.
Release Notes: This release works with the recently-released R 2.3.0.
Release Notes: The focus of this release has been to fix many bugs and to rework the code responsible for handling plugins. The most notable new features are a number of new plugins (Histogram, Boxplot, Distributions) and syntax highlighting in the R Console.