[ESS] recognizing R-alpha with ESS
S.J.Eglen at damtp.cam.ac.uk
Thu Mar 27 17:18:16 CET 2008
> MWK> Martin,
> MWK> I have R-alpha in my ~/R_HOME and a link to it in my ~/bin. R-alpha is
> MWK> invokable using ./R-alpha from either directory from
> MWK> bash.
> but is your "~/bin" in your PATH -- or more importantly in the
> PATH your emacs is using ?
> Try C-h v exec-path
Yep, I think Martin is right. For Emacs to find "R-alpha", you need
to be able to run "R-alpha" from any directory; above you state it can
be run using "./R-alpha" in just the two directories, so it won't
work. in your bash shell, add somethng like:
and restart a bash shell, and try emacs agagin.
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