[ESS] R: R: Xemacs icons are not shown on win2000

Richard M. Heiberger rmh at temple.edu
Mon Mar 26 15:27:27 CEST 2007

In gnuemacs, you need to associate file extensions with gnuclient or emacsclient
to get the file to open in an existing instance of emacs.  On windows, at least,
associating a file extension with emacs itself opens a new copy of emacs, instead
of a new buffer in the already open emacs.  The *client programs do the right
thing to make the file open in a new buffer in the existing instance of
emacs.  These programs will work with xemacs.


More information about the ESS-help mailing list