.Rhistory and Rinit.el
mayeul.kauffmann at tiscali.fr
Mon Aug 23 11:49:39 CEST 2004
"commenting '2b) For more comfort (especially by printouts) I'll use
feature like automatic line break after 73 signs or showing
line and column numbers.'
I don't recommend automatic line break. "
I strongly agree.
better use (in menus) /options/display/wrap long lines
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andreas Quandt" <a.quandt at web.de>
To: <ess-help at stat.math.ethz.ch>
Sent: Monday, August 23, 2004 10:37 AM
Subject: .Rhistory and Rinit.el
> Hello all here,
> I'm new here and in the R-community. One of my aims is it to work more
> with R, (X)Emacs/ESS in the future and of course I've some newbie
> problems to configure my work environment.
> I'm using R 1.9.1 and XEmacs 21.4 as (Windows-version without cygwin).
> ESS was included in the Xemacs distribution (in my opinion version
> 5.1.21). All programs are used together under Windows XP. To configure
> my workenvironment I used fox-ess-config.zip
> and "An Introduction to ESS + XEmacs for Windows Users of R" both of
> John Fox.
> 1) After every start XEmacs try to read the .Rhistory from my
> desktop folder but the program should use an other folder.
> So I changed the working directory with 'setwd("../RFolder1091)' but it
> works only temporally and is not available after a reboot of the
> program. So my first question: How I can change the working directory
> and make it available for the first start of XEmacs/ESS?
> 2) I must write some R functions in the future and I would like to use
> XEmacs for their development. For more comfort (especially by printouts)
> I'll use feature like automatic line break after 73 signs or showing
> line and column numbers. I found in the internet only some descriptions
> for Changing (X)Emacs configurations under Linux but not escecially for
> XEmacs/ESS under Windows. In my opinion I must change something in the
> Rinit.el file of John FOx but I don't know what exactly I must do?
> So I'm very happy if somebody can help me or give me some hints where I
> can find solutions for my problems.
> best regards
> ESS-help at stat.math.ethz.ch mailing list
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