[ESS] "Sorry, no version of R could be found on your system", for new version of R 2.12
spencer.graves at prodsyse.com
Sun Dec 19 11:50:41 CET 2010
1. What do you get for "system.files()" from within R? The first part
should match what you have in site-start.el. For example, I find the
2. If this fails to fix the problem, might you have more than one
"(setq-default inferior-R-program-name ...)" statement in
"site-start.el"? I have only one. (To be precise, I have many that
start ";(setq-default ...)". However, ";" indicates a comment.)
3. If the above fails to fix the problem, maybe you have multiple
site-start.el files? You might change one while the system uses another?
hope this helps.
On 12/18/2010 10:22 PM, EvanMisshula wrote:
> I am having the same problem but I have added
> "C:\Program Files\R\R-2.12.1\bin\i386\Rterm.exe")
> site-start.el file. I have also added to my path, C:\Program
> Files\R\R-2.12.1\bin\i386\. It is still not working. Does anyone see what
> I am doing wrong.
> Many thanks,
> Evan Misshula
> Stephen Eglen wrote:
>> Chris Howden<chris at trickysolutions.com.au> wrote:
>>> I just installed the new version of R on my machine and Emacs can no
>>> find it. I'm getting the below error message
>> Did it work for a previous installation -- what did you have before in
>> your .emacs?
>>> (note that I tried adding them one at a time)
>>> ;(setq default-inferior-R-program-name "C:/Program
>> you should have (setq-default ...)
>> rather than (setq default-...)
>> also I assume that the email put the newline between program and files.
>> i.e. I'd try this:
>> "C:\\Program Files\\R\\R-2.12.0\\bin\\i386\\Rterm.exe")
>> in .emacs and restart.
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