[R-SIG-Mac] Re: [R] R version 1.9.1
simon.urbanek at r-project.org
Mon May 23 02:41:22 CEST 2005
FWIW: you can run multiple instances of R.app in the same way RAqua
used to run multiple instances: using a shell script. The easiest way
is something like:
cat > /Desktop/R.command
Now you can double-click the R.command icon on your desktop and it
will spawn new instance of R.app every time you do so. (We don't test
this setup, so your mileage may vary).
On May 22, 2005, at 8:08 PM, Rob J Goedman wrote:
> Try duplicating R.app (select the R.app in Applications and do
> Double click both versions and you have 2 completely separated
> versions of R.
> You can drag/place the multiple icons in the dock.
> Some issues will show up, e.g. it will use the history from the
> version that was closed
> last, both copies will share preferences, etc.
> I would be interested why you use this setup (I can think of a few
> reasons), but
> would like to understand yours. If you can send these to me
> directly or to the R-SIG-Mac,
> that would be appreciated.
> On May 21, 2005, at 3:39 PM, Christopher Wills wrote:
>> Can anybody help? I have been running multiple programs
>> simultaneously in Raqua windows, on Mac OS 10.3 on a G5 dual
>> processor Mac, using R version 1.9.1. I rebooted my computer
>> recently, and thought that I would upgrade to the latest R at the
>> same time. Alas, I find that the newest R does not (so far as I
>> can tell) allow multiple Raqua windows. I would like to go back to
>> 1.9.1, but I have erased the original compressed binary file and
>> it has vanished from the official web sites. Does anyone have a
>> binary of this version that they can send me? (I have Fetch, if it
>> should prove too large.) Alternatively, is there a way to run
>> multiple Raqua windows in the newest R?
>> Many thanks!
>> Chris Wills
>> Christopher Wills
>> Professor of Biological Sciences
>> University of California, San Diego
>> La Jolla CA 92093-0116
>> Phone: 858-534-4113
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