simon.urbanek at r-project.org
Fri Nov 18 02:43:12 CET 2016
do you have anything in the crash reports? Most of the autosave/recovery is automated by the system, so it's really done by the OS, not by R itself - the best bet is to look into
(you can use <Cmd><Shift><G> in Finder and then type ~/Library as it's invisible by default) - if your'e lucky it will have 'Unsaved R Document.R' with the contents.
However, if the OS can't recoer it anymore it's not clear that it still exists, unfortunately.
> On Nov 17, 2016, at 12:09 PM, Dr Didier G. Leibovici <didier.leibovici at nottingham.ac.uk> wrote:
> Hi, On MacOs X Sierra my R crashed, reopening it, it showed a file
> myscript[Autosaved].R then trying to save this without the [Autosaved]
> it crashed again .... and now I can't recover my last version, i.e. I
> can see the the myscript.R from 3 or 4 hours ago. Can I locate the
> changes somewhere to recover the almost very last version of the file?
> thanks, Didier
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