[R] Re: R-0.63.2 for Windows - some comments
guido at hal.stat.unipd.it
Fri Jan 22 08:45:26 CET 1999
On Thu, Jan 21, 1999 at 08:59:16PM +0100, Kjetil Halvorsen wrote:
> I just installed the new version, and tried the bug I sent
> you some time ago:
> still bombs (this is using the data file I attached
> some time ago).
K., I have this in my to-do debug list. But, I had no time
to try to understand what happens.
> About the output buffering: I'm not sure the ctrl-W toggling really
> works -
> can see no difference! Would be nice if there shows some sign
> somewhere on the screen, the value of the toggle.
Here, it works. But, I don't understand why I did this, buffering is
resetted to 'on' every time a command is completed, i.e., you
have to type during the execution of the long command. Try
demo(lm.glm) and then after the standard demo prompt hit Crtl+W.
I will correct this point and I find interesting the idea to have
a "sign" of the status of the flag. Since, GraphApp doesn't manage a status
line, I am thinking about having a menu-item which can be used
to toggle the flag. The status of the flag can be shown checking/unchecking
the menu item. What do you think?
> And could be nice to be able to control from code too --- there is
> one problem no, when using the example() function --- all
> output when the example are computed, somewhat contrary to
> the spirit if the computations take at all some time.
> so example() should be able to toggle buffering automatically?
I am unsure about this. I understand the idea, I suppose.
But, I don't like the idea to have Windows specific command.
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