[ESS] Bugs (?) is ESS 12.09 (under Windows)

Josh O'Brien joshmobrien at gmail.com
Sun Dec 16 06:27:21 CET 2012

Josh O'Brien wrote
> I am also a Windows user (Vincent Goulet's distribution of Emacs 23.3 +
> ESS 12.09) ...
> Vitalie Spinu-2 wrote
>>   > 2. Also, typing
>>   >    ls (
>>   >    followed by Enter (that is, leaving a command uncompleted), and
>> then
>>   >    pressing M-p when the "+" prompt is shown hangs Emacs.
>> Nobody reported this one before. I cannot reproduce it on linux. What is
>> M-p bound to in your case?
> ... and I experience this as well when I type Ctrl-
> <up-arrow>
> , which in other circumstances scrolls me line-by-line back through the
> command-line history. Emacs hangs whenever I try this from a continuation
> prompt. I am able to "unhang" Emacs by typing "C-c C-c C-g C-g" or "C-g
> C-g C-c C-c" (but not just "C-c C-c" or "C-g C-g" alone). FWIW, this will
> also unhang Emacs in the Jarmo's situation 1.

Actually, "C-g C-g C-c C-c <enter>" is required to unhang Emacs. My bad.

View this message in context: http://emacs.1067599.n5.nabble.com/Bugs-is-ESS-12-09-under-Windows-tp272800p272815.html
Sent from the ESS - Help mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

More information about the ESS-help mailing list