[ESS] Suggestion: ess-eval-chunk-and-step
spinuvit at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 18:09:09 CEST 2012
This is a better way to do it:
(defun ess-eval-chunk-and-step (&optional vis)
"Tangle the current chunk and send it to the inferior ESS process and
step to the next chunk"
(funcall 'ess-eval-chunk vis))
(funcall 'ess-noweb-next-code-chunk 1))
I have just pushed a version of this into trunk.
ess-eval-chunk-and-step is now bound to M-n C-c
ess-eval-chunk is now bound to M-n C-M-x
Corresponding to C-c C-c and C-M-x ess map.
>> "Warnes, Gregory" <gregory.warnes at novartis.com>
>> on Fri, 12 Oct 2012 15:30:17 +0000 wrote:
> Here is another function, which displays the R buffer and scrolls it
> appropriately. Oddly, for some reason, this generates an error in the
> current SVN version (replacing 'noweb-next-code-chunk with
> 'ess-noweb-code-chunk), but is happy under 12.4
> (defun ess-eval-chunk-show-and-step ()
> "Tangle the current chunk and send it to the inferior ESS process and
> step to the next chunk"
> ;; ess-eval-chunk forgets the current buffer, so store and restore it
> (let (
> (cbuf (current-buffer) )
> (command-execute 'ess-eval-chunk-and-go)
> (switch-to-buffer-other-window cbuf)
> (command-execute 'noweb-next-code-chunk)
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