[ESS] buffer names

A.J. Rossini blindglobe at gmail.com
Wed Feb 1 21:25:52 CET 2006

Hmm -- not without writing some code (i.e. similar to how we deal with
either multiple or non-multiple version data).  Then we'd have   R
2.2.1:1, R 2.2.1:2, etc...

It's not a FAQ, you might be the first person I know who has requested
this on this mailing list.

On 2/1/06, Jack Tanner <ihok at hotmail.com> wrote:
> This seems like it would a FAQ, but I couldn't find an asnwer in either the
> manual or on the mailing list: I'm running two instances of R under ESS, and
> the buffers are helpfully named *R* and *R:2*. In addition, the two
> instances are different R versions (2.1.1 and 2.2.1, in my case). Is there
> any way I can get ESS to automatically name the buffer something like *R
> 2.2.1* and *R 2.1.1* instead? After all, ESS knows that the R processes come
> from different binaries...
> Thanks in advance.
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