[ESS] bindings to str and object

Patrick Drechsler patrick at pdrechsler.de
Sun Apr 17 22:43:05 CEST 2005

Richard M. Heiberger wrote on 17 Apr 2005 18:59:41 MET:

> You are looking for the ess-mouse-me function.
> It is available several ways.
> 1. bound to S-mouse-2
> 2. On the emacs menu: ESS/What is this? (beta)

Thanks for sharing this Richard. I use the mouse/menu so seldom
that I never stumbled across this function.

> As indicated on the menu, this command is still in beta
> testing.  Comments and suggestions are welcome to the list.

Maybe some kind of default key binding intro for ESS commands
such as AUCTEX (C-c C-c) or Preview-LaTeX (C-c C-p) are using
would be useful.

A few proposals for intro key bindings:

- C-c M-e (for "e"ss) 
- C-c e (for "e"SS) 
- C-c E (for "E"SS) 

and for Sweave commands:

- C-c M-s ("s"weave)

each followed by a specific command (like M-j to evaluate the
current line).

I've just checked and these key bindings are not used by AUCTeX,
RefTeX, Preview-LaTeX, Matlab, R nor HTML-mode in Emacs by

Just my 2¢

I never used a logarithm in my life, and could not undertake to
extract the square root of four without misgivings.
	(Georg Bernhard Shaw)

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