[R] Editor for RD file?
Thierry.ONKELINX at inbo.be
Mon Oct 17 10:25:01 CEST 2011
Eclipse with the Stat-ET plugin does syntax highlighting for .R, .Rd and .Rnw files.
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> Namens Joshua Wiley
> Verzonden: zondag 16 oktober 2011 22:09
> Aan: Bogaso Christofer
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> Onderwerp: Re: [R] Editor for RD file?
> On Sun, Oct 16, 2011 at 7:20 AM, Duncan Murdoch
> <murdoch.duncan op gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 11-10-16 8:57 AM, Bogaso Christofer wrote:
> >> Dear all, can somebody please update me on what could be the best
> >> editor to write and edit the RD files? I need to something with
> >> syntax highlighter, auto-completion etc (like Notepad++ for R etc.).
> >> Currently I am using plain Notepad however expect something which
> >> could be more professional.
> > I believe ESS does syntax highlighting for Rd files if you use Emacs.
> Yes, it does. It is also nice because it runs R, so if I am writing examples in the
> Rd files, I can run them directly. Here is the little blurb regarding the major
> mode for Rd files:
> Major mode for editing R documentation source files.
> This mode makes it easier to write R documentation by helping with indentation,
> doing some of the typing for you (with Abbrev mode) and by showing keywords,
> strings, etc. in different faces (with Font Lock mode on terminals that support it).
> > You could probably modify a LaTeX syntax highlighter for any other
> > editor to work with Rd files: the syntax is quite similar.
> > Duncan Murdoch
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> Joshua Wiley
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