Starting an S Process with Arguments
brahm at alum.mit.edu
Thu Nov 21 16:38:34 CET 2002
Ed Kademan <kademan at phz.com> wrote:
> How does one start an S process with arguments? I am using GNU Emacs
> 21.1.1 and Splus6 on Solaris and want to run "Splus6 -j". I have
> tried putting
> (setf inferior-S+6-args "-j")
> in my .emacs and starting S by typing "M-x S+6" but this doesn't work.
You could try this line instead:
(custom-set-variables '(inferior-ess-start-args "-j"))
I think it has the minor disadvantage of passing "-j" to R as well (if you use
both S-Plus and R), but fortunately R ignores it.
-- David Brahm (brahm at alum.mit.edu)
More information about the ESS-help