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Unix System Utilities
Bindings to system utilities found in most Unix systems such as POSIX functions which are not part of the Standard C Library.
High Performance CommonMark and Github Markdown Rendering in R
The CommonMark specification defines a rationalized version of markdown syntax. This package uses the 'cmark' reference implementation for converting markdown text into various formats including html, latex and groff man. In addition it exposes the markdown parse tree in xml format. The latest version of this package also adds support for Github extensions including tables, autolinks and strikethrough text.
Fast and Simple Object Serialization to Protocol Buffers
Optimized C++ implementations for reading and writing protocol-buffers. Currently supports 'rexp.proto' for serializing R objects and 'geobuf.proto' for geojson data. This lightweight package is complementary to the much larger 'RProtoBuf' package which provides a full featured toolkit for working with protocol-buffers in R.
R Bindings for ZeroMQ
Interface to the 'ZeroMQ' lightweight messaging kernel (see < http://www.zeromq.org/> for more information).
Text Extraction and Rendering of PDF Documents
Utilities based on 'libpoppler' for extracting text, fonts, attachments and metadata from a pdf file. Also implements rendering of PDF to bitmaps on supported platforms.
A Modern and Easy-to-Use Crypto Library
Bindings to 'libsodium': a modern, easy-to-use software library for encryption, decryption, signatures, password hashing and more. Sodium uses curve25519, a state-of-the-art Diffie-Hellman function by Daniel Bernstein, which has become very popular after it was discovered that the NSA had backdoored Dual EC DRBG.
A Compression Format Optimized for the Web
A lossless compressed data format that uses a combination of the LZ77 algorithm and Huffman coding. Brotli is similar in speed to deflate (gzip) but offers more dense compression.
XSLT 1.0 Transformations
An extension for the 'xml2' package to transform XML documents by applying an XSL stylesheet.
GNU Privacy Guard for R
Bindings to GnuPG for working with OpenGPG (RFC4880) cryptographic methods. Includes utilities for public key encryption, creating and verifying digital signatures, and managing your local keyring. Note that some functionality depends on the version of GnuPG that is installed on the system. On Windows this package can be used together with 'GPG4Win' which provides a GUI for managing keys and entering passphrases.