[ESS] Finding all versions of R on Windows when R not in default directory
vincent.goulet at dgfc.ulaval.ca
Sat Sep 8 16:36:37 CEST 2012
I know people don't read much the installation wizard's screens (I don't myself!), but right after copying of files in the install process of my distribution, there is text box with, among other things, this information:
* If R is not installed in the usual (default) location, it may be
necessary to edit the paths in the site configuration file for ESS
to find the R executable. This should also be true for any S+
installation. The site configuration file is accessed easily using
the shortcut in the GNU Emacs program group of the Start menu.
And in the aforementioned site configuration file:
;; Path to R executable. Uncomment and edit as needed if R is
;; installed in such an unusual place that ESS can't find it. (And
;; then keep updating with each R update!)
; "c:/program files/r/r-2.7.1/bin/rterm.exe")
This is one way to solve your issue. The registry is another.
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Le 2012-09-07 à 22:25, "S. McKay Curtis" <s.mckay.curtis at gmail.com> a écrit :
> Hi all,
> I recently installed R in a Windows directory other than the default
> rather than
> "C:/Program Files/R/R-2.15.1"
> to help Rcpp play nice on Windows. Unfortunately, ESS cannot find any
> versions of R on my system now. My "exec-path" contains a path to the
> "bin" folder of the new installation of R, and I even tried adding
> two additional paths to the "exec-path" (the "bin/i386" and "bin/x64"), but
> this did not seem to help.
> Any ideas?
> P.S. I'm using Vincent Goulet's fabulous windows Emacs bundle, if that's
> useful information for anybody.
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