Continuous Integration. Continuous integration is the practice of automating the integration of code changes from multiple contributors into a single software project. Learn More.


Pull Request. Pull Request is a workflow method to submit contributions to an open development project in which the developer asks for changes committed to an external repository to be considered for inclusion in a project’s main repository. Learn More.


Core Dependency Tree. Core Dependency Tree packages take care of the dependencies which are so close to the system that they are not packaged with conda-forge. A CDT package consists of repackaged CentOS binaries from the appropriate version, either 6 or 7 depending on user choice and platform. Learn More.


Application Binary Interface. ABI is a document that comprehensively defines the binary system interface between applications and the operating system on which they run. Learn More.


International Components for Unicode. ICU is an open-source project of mature C/C++ and Java libraries for Unicode support, software internationalization, and software globalization. Learn More.


Comprehensive R Archive Network. CRAN is a network of FTP and web servers around the world that store identical, up-to-date, versions of code and documentation for R. Learn More.


Conda Forge Enhancement Proposal. A CFEP is a document which outlines a suggested change to how the conda-forge project operates, from a technical standpoint as well as to address social topics such as governance and expected conduct. Learn More.

TODO list


add some information on r packages which make heavy use of noarch: generic

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