Using R under Emacs

A.J. Rossini rossini at
Tue Jan 15 20:12:02 CET 2002

>>>>> "j" == jiruse  <JIRU> writes:

    >> A.J. Rossini wrote: So, M-x R <return> doesn't seem to be a
    >> command.
    j> That suggests that >ess-site.el is not being loaded.  Could you
    j> manually load that file, i.e. using M-x load-file

    -> I have to switch first the directory with ess-site.el to load
    -> that
    j> file
    -> Then I get

    j> loading c:/ess-5.1.19/lisp/ess-site.el (source)...done

    j> Does that mean that the comand -> (load
    j> "C:/ess-5.1.19/lisp/ess-site.el") in the file ->
    j> C:\emacs-20.7\lisp\default.el does not work?

    j> Should I create the file -> .emacs and put the comand there
    j> instead of to -> default.el? Or this would not be the problem?
    j> Thank you Marek Jiruse

I'm not sure.  More importantly, does 

        M-x R

work now?


A.J. Rossini				Rsrch. Asst. Prof. of Biostatistics
U. of Washington Biostatistics		rossini at	
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