eulerr() has been replaced with euler() (see update 1.1.0) and made
There are two new methods for euler:
euler.list() produces diagrams from a list of sample spaces.
euler.table() produces diagrams from a table object, as long as there
are no dimensions with values greater than 2.
plot.euler() has been rewritten (again) from the ground up to better match
other high-level functions from lattice. This change is intended to be
as smooth as possible and should not make much of a difference to most users.
Arguments polygon_args, mar, and text_args to plot.euler() have been
Labels in plot.euler() now use a bold fontface by default in order to
distinguish them from the typeface used for counts.
Argument key in plot.euler() has been deprecated and replaced with auto.key. Notice that using key does not throw a warning since the
argument is used in lattice::xyplot() (which plot.euler() relies on).
Argument fill_opacity is softly deprecated and has been replaced with fill_alpha for consistency with other lattice functions.