Drama printing from a graphics window using R 1.9.0 patched, ess 5.2.2, and WinXP...

Michael J. Manning michael.manning at niwa.co.nz
Wed Sep 8 22:53:23 CEST 2004

Hi Tony

I have tried Rich's suggestion (upgraded R to 1.9.1 patched) with 
everything else the same (ESS 5.2.2, XEmacs 21.4.13, and Windows XP) and 
no joy -- still cannot print from a graphics device opened from an R 
subprocess via XEmacs and ESS, although starting Rterm from a win shell, 
opening a win.graph, then drawing a plot is fine.



A.J. Rossini wrote:
> "Michael J. Manning" <michael.manning at niwa.co.nz> writes:
>>Hi Tony
>>A.J. Rossini wrote:
>> > Do you have the same problem running Rterm.exe without Emacs/ESS?  If
>> > so, then it's an R problem.  Otherwise, it's an Emacs problem (and
>> > we'll have to put on our thinking caps).
>>No, I do not have the same problem running Rterm.exe without
>>Emacs/ESS, ergo it's an (X)emacs problem...
> Check out Rich's suggestion if possible (i.e. upgrade to 1.9.1).  I
> think (somewhere in my muddled memory) that it might be right,
> i.e. might want to check the mailing list archives.
> best,
> -tony


Michael J. Manning
Inshore and Pelagic Fisheries
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research Ltd (NIWA)
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Tel: +64 (0)4 386 0851 (direct)
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