[ESS] ESS speedbar (how to remove)?

Dan Bolser dmb at mrc-dunn.cam.ac.uk
Sun Nov 7 13:17:34 CET 2004

On Sat, 6 Nov 2004, Stephen Eglen wrote:

> > This is more of an emacs question but... how do I get ess to automatically
> > start in a new frame?
> > 
> > I.e. I usually run ess with M-x R, then open a frame with C-x 2, then flip
> > buffers until every thing is nice again.
> > 
> > I would like to just open a .R file, type M-x R and be away (with a new
> > ess frame below the .R file).
> > P.S. I will add your answer to
> > http://fawn.unibw-hamburg.de/cgi-bin/Rwiki.pl?EssFaq
>hi Dan,
>This is a new feature added in ESS. 5.2.0
>add the following to .emacs and restart emacs:
>(setq inferior-ess-own-frame t)
>That should work (but strangely doesn't for me right now on Emacs
>21.3.50, will check out later.)

Me either. It isn't a big problem though.


>   * ESS: Support for creating new window frames has been added to ESS.
>     Inferior ESS processes can be created in dedicated frames by
>     setting inferior-ess-own-frame to t.  ESS help buffers can also
>     open in new frames; see the documentation for ess-help-own-frame
>     for details.  (Thanks to Kevin Rodgers for contributing code.)

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