ES: minor, but disconcerting, problems
Andreas.Kiermeier at adelaide.edu.au
Thu Jul 11 01:35:53 CEST 2002
>>>>> "Tony" == A J Rossini <rossini at blindglobe.net> writes:
Tony> We really need a developer that uses S-PLUS, sigh... I don't see this
Tony> under R (not to the same extent).
Tony> Any takers?
Wish I could say yes, but just wanted to say that Shawn's (a) happens
for me too - well, slightly different: when TAB is used to complete
object names, all packages attached in the search path are scanned.
This happens with NTEmacs 21.2.1 (also happened with 20.7), R 1.5.1,
ESS 5.1.21 on a Windows NT4 workstation.
I have followed the installation instructions (I believe): The
ess-r-namedb.el file sits in the ESS directory.
>>>>> "shawn" == Shawn Boles <shawn at ori.org> writes:
shawn> Hi All:
shawn> I am running ESS 5.1.19 with emacs 20.2.3 under solaris 2.7 as my interface
shawn> to Splus 6.04 revision 1.
shawn> While ESS is a wonderful tool, I have encountered several things that are
shawn> a. Upon initiating s+6, I do not seem to have access to the namedb file that
shawn> contains the list of splus functions for completion purposes.
shawn> Instead, the first time I invoke help (C-c C-v), all attached
shawn> directories are scanned to create the list of functions. The result appears
shawn> in the process buffer.
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