qrencoder: Quick Response Code (QR Code) / Matrix Barcode Creator

Quick Response codes (QR codes) are a type of matrix bar code and can be used to authenticate transactions, provide access to multi-factor authentication services and enable general data transfer in an image. QR codes use four standardized encoding modes (numeric, alphanumeric, byte/binary, and kanji) to efficiently store data. Matrix barcode generation is performed efficiently in C via the included 'libqrencoder' library created by Kentaro Fukuchi.

AuthorBob Rudis [aut, cre], Kentaro Fukuchi [ctb] (libqrencoder)
Date of publication2016-09-16 01:50:10
MaintainerBob Rudis <bob@rud.is>
LicenseGPL-2
Version0.1.0
http://github.com/hrbrmstr/qrencoder

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qrencoder
qrencoder/tests
qrencoder/tests/testthat.R
qrencoder/tests/testthat
qrencoder/tests/testthat/test-qrencoder.R
qrencoder/src
qrencoder/src/Makevars
qrencoder/src/mqrspec.c
qrencoder/src/rsecc.h
qrencoder/src/qrspec.c
qrencoder/src/qrencode_inner.h
qrencoder/src/mmask.c
qrencoder/src/mask.h
qrencoder/src/config.h
qrencoder/src/qrencode.h
qrencoder/src/qrspec.h
qrencoder/src/bitstream.c
qrencoder/src/qrencode.c
qrencoder/src/mmask.h
qrencoder/src/qrencoder.cpp
qrencoder/src/bitstream.h
qrencoder/src/rsecc.c
qrencoder/src/mask.c
qrencoder/src/split.h
qrencoder/src/qrinput.h
qrencoder/src/RcppExports.cpp
qrencoder/src/split.c
qrencoder/src/qrinput.c
qrencoder/src/qrenc.c
qrencoder/src/mqrspec.h
qrencoder/NAMESPACE
qrencoder/NEWS.md
qrencoder/R
qrencoder/R/utils.R qrencoder/R/qrencode_helpers.R qrencoder/R/RcppExports.R
qrencoder/R/qrencoder-package.r
qrencoder/README.md
qrencoder/MD5
qrencoder/DESCRIPTION
qrencoder/man
qrencoder/man/qrencode_png.Rd qrencoder/man/qrencode_df.Rd qrencoder/man/qrencode.Rd qrencoder/man/qrencode_raster.Rd qrencoder/man/qrencode_raw.Rd qrencoder/man/qrencoder.Rd

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