[ESS] C-c C-c with ESS remote via ssh

A.J. Rossini blindglobe at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 19:31:22 CET 2005

Known problem.  Solution being searched for (by me at least, but slowly).


On 11/15/05, Toby Muhlhofer <toby.m at mail.utexas.edu> wrote:
> Hello!
> I'm using an Emacs ssh buffer to log into a remote server, run R there,
> and use that as a remote iESS process.
> If you mistakenly tell R to print, for example, a vector with length
> 5x10e5, you can normally interrupt this operation and prevent the buffer
> from being filled with garbage by hitting C-c C-c. If you do this in the
> ssh buffer, however, this interrupts the ssh process and thus
> disconnects from the remote server. This is especially annoying if you
> are trying to debug an R script which takes a long time to run and the
> line you're debugging is towards the bottom.
> Any ideas?
> Toby
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