[ESS] Emacs 22 -- much less fontification ..

Randy Johnson rjohnson at ncifcrf.gov
Fri Jun 15 14:53:47 CEST 2007

On Jun 15, 2007, at 3:19 AM, Stephen Eglen wrote:

>>>> I have also noticed that anything involving multi-line pasting is
>>>> much
>>>> slower. For example, C-c C-n is fine, but executing a block with  
>>>> C-c
>>>> C-r causes a noticeable delay. On the other hand, C-c C-l is fast.
>>> I have seen similar slowness for some time on OS X running Aquamacs
>>> 0.9.9d which is based on GNU Emacs  {same behavior on PPC
>>> and Intel, BTW}.
>> Ditto, it is super slow. I had originally just thought it to be
>> because of my slow cpu (Carbon Emacs, PPC, Mac OS X)
> Regarding the slowness in C-c C-r, does the following improve matters:
>   (setq ess-eval-visibly-p nil)
> Stephen

Yes, that works beautifully, thanks! Additionally, C-u acts as a  
toggle for ess-eval-visibly-p, so you can use it if you want the code  
echoed in the *R* buffer every now and again (which will be slower)  
(eg C-u C-c C-r).

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