[ESS] ess-tracebug

Vitalie Spinu spinuvit at gmail.com
Tue Mar 26 14:47:08 CET 2013

  >> "Timothy W. Hilton" <hilton at unm.edu>
  >> on Tue, 26 Mar 2013 05:21:58 -0700 wrote:

  >> I have just checked. It works fine for me. What is the string that is
  >> printed for you? It should be something like:
  >> + Error in source(file = "/home/vitoshka/test.R") (from #1) : 
  >> /home/vitoshka/test.R:6:15: unexpected ','
  >> 5: {
  >> 6:     ret.x <- x,
  >> ^

  > Yes, I get the same thing.  I was expecting emacs to highlight the
  > source line of the error in the source file

You can always jump to the error locations with standard emacs keybings
M-g n, M-g p,  and C-x `. 

  > , as shown here: http://code.google.com/p/ess-tracebug/#Debugging.
  > I see now that that is highlighting a breakpoint, not a code error.

Indeed, that is the highlighting during the visual debugging, when you
actually jump through the code line by line.


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