[R] R-/Text-editor for Windows?

Eduardo de Oliveira Horta eduardo.oliveirahorta at gmail.com
Mon Jan 31 03:31:10 CET 2011

I'm testing StatET right now. Seems nice. In many aspects it resembles
the features offered by RKWard (which is a KDE application and thus
also platform independent... in principle. No pre-compiled OSX version

For those interested, I found an explanation on how to set StatET
running. Might be helpful, so here it goes:


Best regards,


On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 12:19 PM, jthetzel <jthetzel at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sascha,
> I second Tobias' recommendation of Eclipse with StatET.  Like Emacs, Eclipse
> is platform independent and easily extensible to essentially any other
> language, as well as revision control like git and svn.  I used to use
> Tinn-R, but haven't been back seen switching to Eclipse.
> Jeremy
> Jeremy Hetzel
> Boston University
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