[ESS] ESS Hangs: Text is read-only
basille.web at ase-research.org
Wed Apr 2 16:38:36 CEST 2014
Le 04/01/2014 06:55 PM, Sparapani, Rodney a écrit :
> But, what is left click for you? Do F1 k <left click>?
Rodney, I have the same thing as you (I have to admit I was initially
puzzled by your question :D):
It is bound to <down-mouse-1>.
Le 04/02/2014 03:31 AM, Vitalie Spinu a écrit :
> Same behavior on RET?
Yes: nothing on the Pdf, and the 'make-directory' message for Rnw/R.
> With pdfs ESS uses vignete R command. Go to the link and do M-: and eval
> (format "vignette('%s', package='%s')\n"
> (get-text-property (point) 'vignette)
> (get-text-property (point) 'package))
> the resulting string is the literal command used.
I tried this for the package 'fortunes' (everybody should have it!). Here
is what I have on the vignette buffer:
Pdf Rnw R fortunes
And if eval the command you suggested, nothing happens. Here is the output
(from the Messages buffer):
"vignette('R Fortunes: Collected Wisdom', package='fortunes')
If I try this command directly in the R buffer, I have a warning and the
Pdf does not load:
> vignette('R Fortunes: Collected Wisdom', package='fortunes')
vignette ‘R Fortunes: Collected Wisdom’ not found
If I do the following, however, it works, and the Pdf is properly loaded:
> vignette('fortunes', package='fortunes')
My take on this (and this seems to be correct if I compare it to other R
packages), ESS uses the full title and note the the (base) name of the
vignette ("topic", from the help page of 'vignette'). For instance, with
Pdf Rnw R markdown-output
Pdf Rnw R markdown-examples
> vignette('HTML Output from Markdown Examples', package='markdown')
vignette ‘HTML Output from Markdown Examples’ not found
## And nothing happens
> vignette('markdown-output', package='markdown')
## Works now, load the HTML version of the vignette in the browser
> For Rnw and R ESS just opens the link:
> Do M-x: (get-text-property (point) 'help-echo) and check if the
> resulting file exist. I expect your problems come from wrong filenames.
It consistently returns "[No match]" in the minibuffer, with no additional
> If so, then please check .ess_vignetes() function and see what goes
I don't have .ess_vignetes or .ess_vignette or .ess_vignettes in my R
session. Don't seem to be present in my ESS installation either:
grep -R ".ess_vignet" .
did not return anything...
Hope this helps...
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