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taylor 1.0.0

Breaking changes

  • Red (Taylor’s Version) has replaced Red in taylor_album_songs (#9).

  • The type argument of color_palette() is deprecated and will be removed in a future release. Previously, if you wanted to interpolate more colors between those originally specified, you needed to specify type = "continuous". This was misleading, because color_palette() still returned a discrete number of colors (n). Now, interpolation happens automatically if n is greater than length(pal).

    my_colors <- c(ku_blue = "#0051ba", "firebrick", "#ffc82d")
    my_palette <- color_palette(my_colors)
    # old
    color_palette(my_palette, n = 10, type = "continuous")
    color_palette(my_palette, n = 2, type = "discrete")
    # new
    color_palette(my_palette, n = 10)
    color_palette(my_palette, n = 2)

Minor improvements and fixes

  • New color palette added to album_palettes for Red (Taylor’s Version).

  • New single color added to album_compare for Red (Taylor’s Version).

  • Metacritic score for Red (Taylor’s Version) has been added to taylor_albums.

  • Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version) has been added as a non-album single. Presumably this will eventually move to 1989 (Taylor’s Version).

  • Hex logo and pkgdown website have been updated to have a Red (Taylor’s Version) theme.

  • Fix the majority of non-ASCII characters in song lyrics. Remaining characters are en/em dashes and letters with accent marks.

  • color_palette() now preserves color names, either through R color specifications (i.e., colors()) or a named vector supplied to pal (#12).

    my_colors <- c(ku_blue = "#0051ba", "firebrick", "#ffc82d")

taylor 0.2.1

CRAN release: 2021-09-23

  • Added “Birch” from Big Red Machine’s How Long Do You Think It’s Gonna Last? to taylor_all_songs.

  • Updated tests for the upcoming release of testthat (@hadley, #10).

taylor 0.2.0

CRAN release: 2021-08-17

  • Added a file to track changes to the package.