[R] copying and pasting to R in linux
larry.howe at comjet.com
Sun Apr 9 08:18:58 CEST 2006
OK, I don't use any GUI, just the command line. Everything works fine on the
I had the same problem with downloaded Suse 10. It doesn't contain all the
same packages that the purchased version does. You have to do Yast /
Installation Source and add installation sources. They are listed at
On Saturday 08 April 2006 23:49, you wrote:
> Here are the combinations I have tried:
> Standard R gui, kwrite cut and paste small files, source small files
> Standard R gui, kate same as above
> Standard R gui, office word processor same as above
> Tk R gui source works fine, but doesn't support cut and paste
> By the way I just installed suse 10.0 from the downloaded cd's and when I
> try to install the latest R rpm, I am told I am missing a couple of support
> files. Any suggestions here?
> On Saturday 08 April 2006 16:19, Larry Howe wrote:
> > On Saturday 08 April 2006 16:27, louis homer wrote:
> > > When I use R, I am accustomed to developing programs in a text
> > > processor, and then copying from the text processor and pasting into R.
> > > This usually works fine, except that using the default text processor
> > > in Suse 9.0, long programs don't transfer completely. Using the
> > > 'source' program, also only works with small programs. Suggestions?
> > Hmmm...I'm using Suse 9 and 10, and I don't have that problem. Can you
> > give some more detail? By the default editor, do you mean KWrite? It's OK
> > but Kate is somewhat better for programming. It's hidden way inside the
> > start menu so I usually just go Start / Run command / kate.
> > Are you saying that
> > - create R script in editor
> > - save script
> > - start R
> > - >source("name of file")
> > does not work?
> > Larry Howe
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