[ESS] Fwd: ess-timeout
meinhardploner at gmx.net
Tue Apr 4 16:06:08 CEST 2006
Thanks to Richard and Martin!!
I load all the objects (~1000) in a loop like:
for(file in dir(..., pattern = "\\.R$", full.names=TRUE))
as they are *.R - files. This is slow but i don't like *.rda.
the multiplier on ess-loop-timeout worked fine, thanks!
On Apr 4, 2006, at 3:37 PM, Martin Maechler wrote:
>>>>>> "RMH" == Richard M Heiberger <rmh at temple.edu>
>>>>>> on Tue, 4 Apr 2006 08:52:18 -0400 writes:
> RMH> I would handle that situation in R, not in emacs. I
> RMH> suggest you make a .RData consisting of the objects
> RMH> that you load. Then attach that directory. It will be
> RMH> very fast.
> RMH> open R run your .First close R and save the image
>>> From emacs dired, move the .RData somewhere else, say
> RMH> Start R with a new .First containing the line
> RMH> attach("myfunctions/.RData")
> I agree with Rich that this will help you save time much better.
> However, to still answer your original question,
> add something like
> (message "inferior-ess-mode-hook: Increasing ess-loop-timeout..")
> (setq ess-loop-timeout (* 2 ess-loop-timeout))))
> to your ~/.emacs.
> Replace '2' above by the appropriate factor you'd like.
> RMH> ---- Original message ----
>>> Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2006 14:41:11 +0200 From: Meinhard
>>> Ploner <meinhardploner at gmx.net> Subject: [ESS]
>>> Another question: when I start R into emacs .First()
>>> loads a huge amount of objects, which is my
>>> intention. But this process gives me always the warning :
>>> Timeout waiting for prompt. Check inferior-ess- prompt or
>>> Is there some remedy for that?
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