[R-SIG-Mac] Frozen GUI on startup crash report.
jkunkel1 at une.edu
Fri Jan 6 15:07:07 CET 2017
The 'Demitri recovery protocol' which I exageratedl, to delete all the files at "~/Library/Saved Application State/org.R-project.R.savedState/“ , worked for me in a 2nd episode of GUI freeze-up where there were no .Rapp.history, .Rhistory or .RData files to delete.
While this may not be an ideal ‘go to’ protocol, except in the extreme, I ask whether using this protocol might not particularly be wise when the prior mentioned hidden files e.g. .Rapp.history …, have not been cleared?
If the situation ... freeze-up of the GUI ... arises again, but with say extant .Rapp.history, I wouldl try the Library file deletion to see if it resolves the problem without global searching for hidden files that might be involved.
I can see that the storage of .Rapp.history, .Rhistory or .RData files in different locations might be strategically helpful to help with separating different R-projects but I have not read any (perhaps a criticism of me) cogent discussions of how to effectively use the multiple storage sites of these hidden files with or without the GUI. Am I missing some literature on this point?
Thanks to Demitri for donating this protocol which save me from coming back to the list with my tail between my legs when a new Frozen GUI event happened and my then go-to recovery protocol failed.
> On Jan 5, 2017, at 6:57 PM, thatsanicehatyouhave at mac.com wrote:
> I started up R today and was met with a spinning beachball. I had several windows open the last time I ran R. I'm running v. 3.3.2 GUI 1.68 Mavericks build (7288). I didn't have any ~/.Rapp.history or ~/.RData files to delete. I did delete the data.data and windows.data files in "~/Library/Saved Application State/org.R-project.R.savedState/". After that, the program immediately crashed on the console. I'm attaching the crash report on that. Restarting the app one more time fixed things.
> Hope the report helps.
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