R: R: .Rhistory and Rinit.el (now installation of ESS 5.2.2)

Richard M. Heiberger rmh at temple.edu
Tue Aug 31 22:32:29 CEST 2004

>  If I start Xemacs with -q -no-site-file
I hope that is a typo in the email.  The correct statement is
     -q --no-site-file
with two leading hyphens in "--no-site-file"

Since you get good behavior with -q and problems without -q,
that says that at least one statement in your init.el is in conflict.
I think you may have to start emacs with -q and then go through the
.init.el file one line at a time.  You can do so by opening the
file in emacs, putting the cursor at the end of each line, 
and then entering C-x C-e
When you get a problem, that will be the line that is causing it.
If you are lucky, it will be obvious.  Otherwise send that line to us.


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