[ESS] Is ess supposed to help with Sweave documents?
maechler at stat.math.ethz.ch
Thu Oct 28 09:47:22 CEST 2004
>>>>> "PaulEJ" == Paul Johnson <pauljohn at ku.edu>
>>>>> on Wed, 27 Oct 2004 16:29:26 -0500 writes:
PaulEJ> Thanks! The functions mentioned in that email have
PaulEJ> the promise to do just what I want. I tucked them
PaulEJ> into my ~/.emacs and changed my Sweave file name to
PaulEJ> The first function, which sends the thing to R and
PaulEJ> runs Swaeave, does work.
PaulEJ> However, when I try the next step, the emacs status
PaulEJ> bar says the error is:
PaulEJ> substring: Symbol's function definition is void: search
PaulEJ> Does this mean that Dave's script assumes access to
PaulEJ> a function called search that I do not have,
PaulEJ> or does it mean I have search and it is failing. I'm sorry
PaulEJ> to be so elementary...
the first one: He uses (search ....) in quite a few of his functions
but there's no emacs-lisp function called "search" in GNU Emacs 21.3.
David, where do you get it from?
PaulEJ> Stephen Eglen wrote:
>> Paul Johnson writes:
>> > I was just learning how to do Sweave documents with Emacs & R. I did
>> > not find a simple 1-2-3 explanation of how this is supposed to go.
>> hi Paul, not a complete answer, but have you seen:
Martin Maechler, ETH Zurich
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