[ESS] loading a file in ESS

Seth Falcon sethfalcon at gmail.com
Sun Jan 8 23:06:13 CET 2006

On  8 Jan 2006, Mleeds at kellogggroup.com wrote:

> I am new to ESS but it's
> been pretty useful so far.
> I'm just having problems with
> one command.
> When I load a file, ( really an R function
> but it's in a file ) into an R session, if there is
> an error, I'll get 
> Errors : Use C-c ' to find them.
> I am interpreting this to mean
> "Do control c and then an apostrophe".

Try backtick instead of apostrophe: C-c `
It's the other single quote thingie (technical term) that lives
somewhere on your keyboard other than on the key with ".  For me, it
is with ~ next to 1.

  C-c ` runs the command ess-parse-errors
     which is an interactive Lisp function in `ess-mode.el'.
  It is bound to C-c `.
  (ess-parse-errors showerr)
  Jump to error in last loaded ESS source file.
  With prefix argument, only shows the errors ESS reported.


+ seth

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