[ESS] recalling an expression from the transcript

A.J. Rossini blindglobe at gmail.com
Sat Mar 25 10:22:03 CET 2006

No, that information isn't stored with the R session or with ESS (find
the source file or source session which generated a variable).

If you have all transcripts, "grep" (shell command for searching
through file contents) might help.

On 3/25/06, Fred J. <phddas at yahoo.com> wrote:
> dear ess users
>  I M-x R to start an R session, I typed ls() to see my workspace, all
>  those variables are coming from some transcript file, I went hunting
>  for it #locate *.St but could not find any, I would like to know where
>  it is, basically because there is a variable which I need to know what
>  was assigned to it when the transcript file was saved. is there a way
>  to do this?
>  thank you
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