[R] Linux editor for R+LaTeX, but not Emacs
Gregory. R. Warnes
greg at warnes.net
Mon Oct 8 22:56:11 CEST 2007
I, personally, see tremendous slowdowns in XEmacs responsiveness when
the buffer gets large, probably due to font-lock pretty-printing
stuff. Since ESS can't / doesn't submit the next command until the
fontification is done, things can slow down by a lot.
On Oct 7, 2007, at 4:24PM , Deepayan Sarkar wrote:
> On 10/7/07, Frede Aakmann Tøgersen <FredeA.Togersen at agrsci.dk> wrote:
>> Have you ever considered using C-u C-c C-r instead of C-c C-r?
> Yes (or equivalently (setq ess-eval-visibly-p nil)), and found that I
> didn't like it much. In any case, I'm not looking for ugly
> workarounds, I just wanted to point out that this could explain the
> reported slowness.
>> Best regards
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>> deepayan.sarkar at gmail.com
>> Sendt: lø 06-10-2007 23:10
>> Til: Dirk Eddelbuettel
>> Cc: r-help at r-project.org
>> Emne: Re: [R] Linux editor for R+LaTeX, but not Emacs
>> On 10/6/07, Dirk Eddelbuettel <edd at debian.org> wrote:
>>> On 6 October 2007 at 11:01, Scionforbai wrote:
>>> | > What features are you missing in emacs that you wish were
>>> there? Are
>>> | > these ESS features or LaTeX related features?
>>> | is it only me or has anyone else the problem that running an R
>>> | within emacs is way much slower than in a regular terminal/
>>> | (linux here)
>>> It's just you, and if you think some more about it, you'll see
>>> why we are
>>> grinning. [ Hint: it can't be slower, outside of ridiculous corner
>>> where there isn't enough ram for Emacs and R at the same time. Or
>>> setups. In all normal situations, it'll be the same. ]
>> Actually, copying multi-line R code (e.g. C-c C-r) is way slower with
>> ESS if you use Emacs22 (and its derivatives such as AquaMacs). Things
>> are perfect with Emacs21 though (and I'm sticking with it). Maybe
>> explains the discrepancy.
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