ESS 5.2.1: ess-toolbar and Mac OS X
stephen at anc.ed.ac.uk
Wed Jun 30 12:07:49 CEST 2004
Rodney Sparapani writes:
> > I am running under Mac OS 10.3.4, working from the command line in an
> > x11 terminal window (emacs 184.108.40.206). I am using the R1.9.0 image
> > from CRAN. In order to get ESS to work I had to disable (load
> > 'ess-toolbar); maybe that is not unexpected? The first part of the
> > output from the debugger was:
> > Debugger entered--Lisp error: (file-error "Cannot open load file"
> > "image")
> > find-image(((:type xpm :file "startr.xpm") (:type pbm :file
> > "startr.pbm" :fore
> > ground "black" :background "grey75") (:type xbm :file "startr.xbm"
> > :foreground "
> > black" :background "grey75")))
> Not sure about the R problem. I haven't seen that. But, the image
> problem is known for Mac emacs. Image support was added
> into CVS only very recently for Mac, within the last month. So, unless
> have been routinely doing a "cvs update"; you probably don't have it.
> Either update emacs or stick with ESS 5.2.0. I think there will be
> a new emacs release RSN that should address image support on Mac
> for those who don't want to roll their own.
To follow up Rodney's point, yes, unless you've got a recent CVS (<
1-2 month old maybe) version of Emacs, the toolbar won't be
available. Either update CVS Emacs, go back to 5.2.0, or just
temporarily comment out the (require 'ess-toolbar) code in ess-site.el
Best wishes, Stephen
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