[ESS] ess-remote with ansi-term?

Vinh Nguyen vqnguyen at uci.edu
Fri Jun 12 20:43:12 CEST 2009

1.  I suppose you are excuting 'emacs -nw' in screen?
2.  if you are running the GUI version of emacs in screen and is able
to restore it later after logging out, please do share your info or
point me to some references.  thanks.  even if this is possible, I
don't like running the gui version of emacs remotely because it can be
slow at times (or most of the times for me).  what i'm trying to do is
run everything from my local emacs.  i'm utilizing ansi-term, ess,
tramp, and i'm loving it.  this ess-remote in ansi-term is the only
obstable i'm getting in my path to doing all of my statistical things
in emacs.
3.  anybody know where ess-remote info is stored in ess/emacs?
4.  I did a google on 'term-pending-delete-marker' and it appears to
appear in term.el.  I don't know how to fix this though.


On Fri, Jun 12, 2009 at 11:17 AM, Ross Boylan<ross at biostat.ucsf.edu> wrote:
> On Thu, 2009-06-11 at 07:48 -0700, Vinh Nguyen wrote:
>> The MAIN reason i would like to use ansi-term is because its emulation
>> of a terminal is more robust compared to just 'shell', eg, i can run
>> SCREEN in it.  Often times, I run screen remotely to keep my remote
>> session from closing when i log out; this is especially useful when
>> running a long simulation as i can check on the status of my program.
> I usually start screen remotely and run emacs (remotely) within it.  Of
> course, that requires emacs be on the remote system.
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