[ESS] Automatic jump to error line in the source code.

A.J. Rossini blindglobe at gmail.com
Mon Aug 30 11:45:20 CEST 2010

Excellent news!  I need to play with it, but SLIME/Swank has been my
distant goal for what ESS should eventually become...

I was wondering if you were THAT Christophe...

On Sat, Aug 28, 2010 at 9:24 PM, Christophe Rhodes <csr21 at cantab.net> wrote:
> spinuvit.list at gmail.com (Vitaly S.) writes:
>> Dear ESS users,
>>>From version 2.10 R support keeping the source as an attribute of functions.
>> Error report and debug functions report exact line in the source file.
>> I wonder if someone managed to implement automatic jumping to the line of code
>> where the error was reported.
> Maybe this is a good cue to introduce myself; sorry about using a
> slightly old message to do it.  I'm a newish R user, with roots in the
> Common Lisp community; I use emacs a lot.  R is close enough to a Lisp
> in its general feel that I decided to try to support R within SLIME, the
> emacs mode for Lisp interaction that I use.  The current state of my
> attempt is good enough to support developing itself, and though there
> are a lot of missing features, one of the ones that I /have/ implemented
> is a single keystroke to jump to the source location from debugger
> backtraces.  (I couldn't actually work out how to get the source
> location from a name or a function object from R code -- I'd be
> delighted if someone can tell me how)
> I've put up a description and links to source code at
> <http://common-lisp.net/~crhodes/swankr/>.  I hope that it might be of
> interest to some on this list.
> Cheers,
> Christophe
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