Setting up ESS for Win2000
rossini at blindglobe.net
Fri Jan 3 21:35:21 CET 2003
>>>>> "jim" == Jim Garrett <Jim_Garrett at bd.com> writes:
jim> Oops, I've encountered another problem. I was indeed able to start R, but
jim> when I quit R, emacs froze. After a little experimentation, this seems to
jim> occur only after I have created a plot in a graphics window. (And even
jim> after I've closed the window.)
jim> Specifically, I was running R fine, I created a plot, and I closed the plot
jim> window (I did this with every means I could think of: dev.off, going
jim> through the graphics window's file menu, and simply clicking on the "close
jim> window" Windows icon). Then I entered "q()", entered "n" at the "Save
jim> workspace image?" prompt, and then emacs hung.
jim> This does not happen if I have never created a plot.
Interesting. Can any one else verify this, or try it under XEmacs?
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