rossini at blindglobe.net
Thu Apr 4 18:02:17 CEST 2002
I think it really is a matter of knowing how Splus 6 works. I don't.
But from what little misinformation I have, I suspect that if there
is a chapter present, it uses that, else it uses the home directory.
You probably have to read the manuals to figure it out.
>>>>> "joseph" == Joseph Collins <collins at arl.army.mil> writes:
joseph> re: ESS 5.1.20, GNU Emacs 20.5.2, S-PLUS 6.0.1 Rel 1, IRIX64 6.5.
joseph> Greetings all ---
joseph> If I do M-x S in a dired window on ~/S/work then I get the correct prompt
joseph> ESS [S(S+6): Splus6] starting data directory? ~/S/work/
joseph> I press enter and then S-PLUS starts with
joseph> Creating data directory for chapter /vld/collins/Schapter1174419
joseph> which it does:
joseph>  "/vld/collins/Schapter1174419"
joseph> Quit and start over. If I open a file in the said directory and then do
joseph> M-x S in the file I get the usual prompt, and then S-PLUS starts correctly.
joseph>  "/vld/collins/S/work/"
joseph> If I start in a dired window and change the start directory
joseph> from the default at the prompt, behavior is correct.
joseph> This happens on two such machines. ESS 5.1.19 is OK.
joseph> Furthermore, if I alter the Splus6 script to read
joseph> for dir in $HOME/MySwork $HOME/Szzzchapter$$
joseph> instead of
joseph> for dir in $HOME/MySwork $HOME/Schapter$$
joseph> I still get the above behavior (NO zzz).
joseph> I am stymied.
joseph> --- joe
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