[Rd] Wish list
murdoch at stats.uwo.ca
Tue Jan 2 01:40:50 CET 2007
On 1/1/2007 7:17 PM, Gabor Grothendieck wrote:
>>> Anyone who uses batch files will use it quite a bit. It certainly causes
>>> me problems on an ongoing basis and is an unacceptable conflict in
>>> my opinion.
>> If you're using batch files, the fix I suggested is trivial for you.
> The batch files could come from other programs you
> are using which one does not really want to have
> to figure them out and modify them.
You don't need to modify any other batch files, you just need to create
a new batch file named "R.bat" as a wrapper for R. I forget batch file
syntax, so I'm sure this is wrong, but it would look something like this:
R %1 %2 ...
> In any case,
> R should not be written in
> a way which conflicts with system utilities.
I'd guess the "find" that R uses predates the one that Microsoft
invented. Think of the R toolset as an attempt to correct the mistakes
that Microsoft made, by making the environment more Unix-like.
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