Help for ESS for Splus6 in Linux

Hou, Kevin Kevin_Hou at
Tue Aug 21 20:42:25 CEST 2001

I am new in ESS and have a simple (I hope) question in loading s functions.
If I use c-c c-d to dump an existing function such as my.existing.s and edit
it, I can load it with c-c c-l with no problem. However, if I dump an
non-existing function, say c-c c-d new.function.s and edit it, then I can
not load it with c-c c-l. It goes to a tmp directory. Do I have to source it
in from this directory every time I write a new function or is there a
easier way to load a user written function. I like to write functions and
then execute it within s because it instead of writing codes. Any help?
Kevin Hou

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