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We decided to split up R in a subprojects to allow for frugal installations, i.e. R is included in the latest releases of open SUSE since 11.3, so it may be installed without adding any repositories directly from yast.
If you just install R-base you get a complete installation of R-core, recommended packages, docs, and devel files. For server installations you can now start from R-core and add only what you need to your R installation. Following a list of all the packages that now make R-base-3.3.1: .
Furthermore the adventurous can download packages for Factory and Tumbleweed. All these packages provide a resource 'R-base' for installation.
In subproject R-released you'll find the latest released version of R.
The requirement of texinfo 5.1 in R-3.2.0 leads to a shorter list of supported releases.
From now on only 12.3 and newer releases are supported.
R-patched is updated daily with the latest patches from upstream. R-devel is updated daily and contains today's devel version of R.
So you should stay current with R releases if you perform your regular OS upodates.
Below for at least all actively maintained releases of open SUSE available. For your convenience older releases are supported as long as no work is required to keep R compiling for those unmaintained releases of open SUSE.
This is the version, which goes into the next open SUSE release.
This project gets updates if and when R itself is officially released.
Nevertheless if you must for some cause use an older version you can still use the source rpm and try to install it on your system.You will probably get some error message about missing packages first, but after you collected the needed versions from software.the build will probably work.