problems - ess 5.1.20, xemacs 21.4.6, windows xp, R1.4.1
Dr Mike Waters
michael.waters at dtn.ntl.com
Wed Mar 6 20:03:41 CET 2002
Absolutely - the very reason for me wanting to use ESS. I should have
said that I reinstalled XEMacs as the Cygwin version, which sorted out
my problems with the native windows version.
I had only used the Windows version of R up to now, using the Rgui
application, which doesn't require the user to decide on their R source
directory. So I was a little confused by the path that appeared at the
bottom line of the XEMacs window and just pressed <Enter>.
From: Rich Heiberger [mailto:rmh at surfer.sbm.temple.edu]
Sent: 05 March 2002 22:19
To: ess-help at stat.math.ethz.ch; 'Rich Heiberger'; Dr Mike Waters
Subject: RE: problems - ess 5.1.20, xemacs 21.4.6, windows xp, R1.4.1
> I reinstalled ESS as the Cygwin version(after my problems with the
> native Windows compatible version)
Now a question for you:
What is the difference between what you are seeing as two versions of
There is only one version of ESS and it runs on Unix, Windows, Mac.
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