[ESS] truncating output from remote R process

Vitalie Spinu spinuvit at gmail.com
Sat Oct 20 01:56:07 CEST 2012

As far as I know there has been no changes in this respect. 

My guess is that "Previous version of ess" actually mean different
setups for you. Are you sure you were not using *shell* -> R ->
ess-remote before? Also can you replicate this with plain *shell* -> ssh
-> R?

In any case C-q C-c works on local R for me. That means that there is
nothing in ESS that interferes with these keys.


  >> Ali Tofigh <alix.tofigh at gmail.com>
  >> on Fri, 19 Oct 2012 19:29:15 -0400 wrote:

  > In earlier versions of ess, I was able to send a literal ^C (i.e.,
  > typing C-q C-c followed by RET) to stop output being printed in a
  > remote R process. This was extremely useful when accidentally printing
  > very large objects. I can't do this anymore, which means I simply have
  > to wait and wait and wait until all the output has been printed. Is
  > there a work-around/fix/solution for this?

  > I start my remote process using tramp and ssh: M-x R
  > /ssh:me at server.com:<path> RET

  > /ali

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