[ESS] stepping through code with C-c C-c

Vitalie Spinu spinuvit at gmail.com
Fri Dec 5 00:33:52 CET 2014

It's annoying indeed. And this is not the only example. I have created a
new issue (https://github.com/emacs-ess/ESS/issues/124) and will be
adding examples as I encounter them. Please keep adding as well.


 >>> Andreas Leha on Thu, 4 Dec 2014 14:37:25 +0000 wrote:

 > Hi all,
 > I quite like the possibility to 'step' through my code using C-c C-c
 > (ess-eval-region-or-function-or-paragraph-and-step).  Sometimes that
 > fails due to not recognizing the structure correctly.

 > Most annoyingly, it does not recognize the *end* of a function.

 > So, as an example, I am not able to evaluate the following using just a
 > series of (two) C-c C-c.

 > myfunc <- function(a, b)
 > {
 >   c <- a + b

 >   c
 > }
 > myfunc(1,2)

 > Could that be improved on?

 > ( I am aware that I can fix that by adding new lines, but some of
 >   my code is actually put together using org-mode's noweb syntax
 >   <<block_1>>
 >   <<block_2>>
 >   and that would require me to put newlines between these noweb
 >   references or start every block with an empty
 >   line -- just in case.  This looks strange and I will forget to
 >   do so all the time.... )

 > Thanks,
 > Andreas

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