[ESS] Emacs won't start with ESS

spencerg spencer.graves at prodsyse.com
Sat Aug 22 05:11:43 CEST 2009

      Is there a way to get that from Emacs?  It clearly knows.  There 
could be several files by that name on your computer, but Emacs would 
use (at most) one of them. 


Richard M. Heiberger wrote:
> Yes, you have ess-site.el because it is part of ESS.
> You can ask the system where it is.
> On Windows, open Windows Explorer and search for ess-site.el
> on the entire computer.
> On Unix, or Windows with Cygwin, use the emacs command
> M-x find-dired <RET> / <RET> -name ess-site.el <RET>
> Rich
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