problem / latest upgrade/ /loading using C-c C-l
bhm at math.uio.no
Mon Feb 25 16:43:49 CET 2002
> I've upgraded to the versions above, and all works nicely except when
> loading the R script using C-c C-l. After dumping the R file with C-c C-d
> everything looks OK, but loading gives the error "no ESS process
> associated with this buffer now".
I have the same problem. I also get the same message when trying to use
C-c C-x (ess-execute-objects) or C-c C-t command RET (ess-execute).
- C-c C-v (ess-display-help-on-object) seems to work without a flaw.
- C-c C-l filename RET (in the *R* buffer) when the file `filename' has not
been created with C-c C-d or its buffer has been killed, also works.
- C-c C-n or C-c C-r in a R source buffer also works.
I have MS Windows NT 4, NTemacs 20.7, ESS 5.1.20 and R 1.4.1 (installed
under M:/RWin/rw1041). The PATH contains M:\RWin\rw1041\bin.
The relevant (I hope :-) part of my ~/.emacs file is:
;;; **** ESS ****
(add-hook 'ess-mode-hook 'turn-on-auto-fill)
(lambda () (expand-file-name (concat ess-directory "src/"))))
> 1. The current version of R is rw1041. This is probably not related to
> the behavior you are seeing.
Confirmed (I have rw1041).
> 2. I think embedded blanks will cause trouble eventually, again probably
> not in this situation.
Confirmed (my R is M:/RWin/rw1041/bin/Rterm.exe).
> 3. Please start emacs with
> emacs -q --no-site-file
> and then load ess-site and then run your example.
I get exactly the same behaviour.
> 4. Open a myfile.r before opening *R* and then try two things with it.
> a. C-c C-n one line from the myfile.r
This results in the message "No ESS processes running."
> b. C-c C-l the file myfile.r
This gives the "No ESS process is associated with this buffer now."
message (as does C-c C-r).
> I found a bug in ntemacs 21.1 that might be related and would like
> independent verification. I already reported it to the emacs maintainers.
As mentioned above, I run NTemacs 20.7.
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