minimial Xemacs for ESS?

A.J. Rossini rossini at
Fri Oct 11 14:28:56 CEST 2002

>>>>> "rich" == Rich Heiberger <rmh at> writes:

    rich> I use ordinary latex mode for latex.  Fundamental mode is
    rich> fine for ascii files.  But most likely you aren't editing
    rich> undifferentiated ascii files.  For R you will be using .r
    rich> and .rt .files and will want ESS.  For .tex files, emacs
    rich> automatically puts them in tex-mode or latex-mode (depending
    rich> on the absence or presence of a \documentstyle statement
    rich> near the top).  Similarly most of your files are intended
    rich> for a specific language or package and the mode that would
    rich> be best is the one targeted for that language.

Under XEmacs, I'd install:


for LaTeX.  

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