# RQuantLib 0.3.10

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The discount curve building code in QuantLib has shown some overly large numerical instabilities. We have used the same example parameters (taken from the Swap example in QuantLib) for years; it currently fails to solve for a rate at some term further out the curve. So I made the decistion to disable this just in the examples in order to not upset the CRAN testing framework. The examples now use a flat curve instead. I also updated one function to silence some new warnings from R-devel about symbols from another packages’s namespace (in this case rgl, and it is just for surface plots, a purely cosmetic function).

Thanks to CRANberries, there is also a diff to the previous release 0.3.9. Full changelog details, examples and more details about this package are at my RQuantLib page.

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