(off topic) Re: [R] Notepad

A.J. Rossini rossini at blindglobe.net
Thu Mar 1 13:17:35 CET 2001

>>>>> "BDR" == Brian D Ripley <Prof> writes:

    BDR> Just to remind people that ESS and FSF Emacs run on Windows
    BDR> too.  (There is or was also an Xemacs port to Windows, but I
    BDR> have very little experience with it.)

The XEmacs port to windows is quite nice, has an installer which
handles package additions (much like R's), and I love XEmacs dearly,
since its interface looks far more "professional" (this is a loaded
and ill-defined word, I realize)


ESS doesn't work for process communication on it (yet).

It's on the todo list, now that I've actually got a laptop with win2k
on it. 


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