Emacs & ESS under Windows

A.J. Rossini rossini at blindglobe.net
Tue Mar 6 21:48:57 CET 2001

>>>>> "RH" == Rich Heiberger <rmh at surfer.sbm.temple.edu> writes:

    RH> This is a nice desription.  There are a few small changes I
    RH> would like to see.  The DOS window you get when starting R
    RH> shouldn't be there.  I haven't Yet figured out why it is there
    RH> for you.

I think it's related to the Emacs issue below?

    RH> Your are referencing the "Emacs" shortcut.  Don't use it.  It
    RH> is better to use the "Runemacs" shortcut.  Reason: runemacs
    RH> avoids the DOS box when starting emacs.  I copy the runemacs
    RH> shortcut to my Desktop and to my startup.  That way emacs is
    RH> always running and I don't have to do anything but turn the
    RH> machine on.

Could someone verify?


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