[ESS] --no-readline ?
@p|nuv|t @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Mon Jun 29 19:15:54 CEST 2015
Just to add to what Martin said. History functionality in comint mode (basis for
ESS) is much better than what you can get with readline. Look at
comint-history-isearch-backward-regexp for examples.
>>> Martin Maechler on Mon, 29 Jun 2015 14:31:25 +0200 wrote:
> ESS has its own history and editing commands and readline would only
> interfere with that.
> so --no-readline is really part of the deal....
> though it could be that --- with all the advances in Emacs since the
> time the ESS was first used ("S-mode" in Emacs 19.xz)
> ESS could be made working with readline. OTOH I would not spend time for that.
> For those of use who believe " the source is real " the history is
> very rarely important. All the relevant things are in
> *.R scripts (or nowadays *.Rnw or *.Rmd documents).
> On Mon, Jun 29, 2015 at 2:05 PM, Christian Hoffmann
> <christian using echoffmann.ch> wrote:
>> In my *ESS* buffer I get
>> (R): version (3.2.1)
>> (inf-ess 2.2): start args = --no-readline ,
>> ESS is 12.09
>> I am missing the benefits of readline, e.g. opening the history file and
>> editing it for use.
>> How can the --no-readline be inactivated?
>> Thanks c.
>> Christian W. Hoffmann
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