[R] Writing lgrindefs
ligges at statistik.uni-dortmund.de
Thu Apr 27 09:21:17 CEST 2000
> I'm writing a lgrind definition for R. Lgrind is a program to produce
> pretty program listings for inclusion in LaTeX documents. Does anybody
> here have any experience with lgrindefs?
> Then, about the keywords: The keywords I now have are snatched from
> ess-vars.el (a thank you is due to Tony! :-) ). I was thinking about,
> however, having all the functions defined in base highlighted as keywords.
> Would that be a good idea, and if it is, how can I extract the function
> names most easily?
1. You get a list of objects (not only functions!!!) by typing
2. In the html-help files, e.g. the "Functions" index could help you.
Attention: Not only functions are listed here!
3. For my R-WinEdt "package", I extracted names of functions of many R
If you want, I will send some files.
> Other ideas?
> I think lgrind is very nice in producing pretty code for LaTeX documents,
> so I hope someone is interested in joining me in producing a good
> definition file.
Cool!!! Would be really useful!!!
Maybe R-devel is the better forum to discuss this?
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