[ESS] ess sas interactive (remote)
spinuvit at gmail.com
Mon Aug 12 10:00:32 CEST 2013
>> Vinh Nguyen <vinhdizzo at gmail.com>
>> on Sun, 11 Aug 2013 11:52:01 -0700 wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 11, 2013 at 10:57 AM, Vitalie Spinu <spinuvit at gmail.com> wrote:
>> As Rodney said it, start your remote sas session in shell, then M-x
>> From sas file you can execute code and it should connect to subprocess
>> automatically. Alternatively C-c C-s to connect manually.
> Just pulled the latest SVN code. I ssh'd to remote server, then
> issued (ess-sas-interactive) where the command "sas -rsasuser -altlog
> .log -altprint .lst -stdio < /dev/tty" was executed in the shell
> If I open a sas file, "C-c C-s" starts a the usual 3 buffer sas
> process locally. If I try to send code with "C-c C-j" or "C-c C-r", the same thing
Should not be.
This is what I have without having sas installed. Start shell. Then M-x
ess-sas-interactive. Goto to test.sas and execute some paragraph with
C-c C-c. It is being sent to inferior shell program.
C-c C-s in test.sas buffer asks whether to connect to *iESS[SAS]* or
create new process.
BTW, in my case ESS opens 4 new buffers, 2 of which are identical
*SAS.log* buffers. That may be because my sas command is actually R.
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