[ESS] ESS, knitr, Rmarkdown

Steve Nunez snunez at hortonworks.com
Tue Nov 4 04:06:38 CET 2014

Hi Mathieu,

I do have it working, though from a git clone. I didn¹t see any menu
options for knitting, as the RStudio guys have. I¹ll have a look at the
weave and export, thanks. Do you know of any tutorials for that workflow?

	- Steve

On 11/3/14, 18:46, "Mathieu Basille" <basille.web at ase-research.org> wrote:

>Hi Steve,
>Did you check the last version of polymode (from MELPA)? Although still
>development, it is already functional for basic operations, and this is
>way to go for Rmd files. Check the git page for more information on how
>setup Emacs correctly with polymode:
>You'll be mostly interested in 'polymode-weave' and 'polymode-export' in
>your workflow.
>Le 03/11/2014 20:59, Steve Nunez a écrit :
>> Gents,
>> A while back someone posted a message about using ESS & knitr to process
>> Rmarkdown:
>> nitr-in-ESS-td277794.html
>> I've spent the better part of the afternoon trying to get a good
>> going with .Rmd files, but without much luck. The closest I've come is
>> polymode and calling knit2html from within the R subprocess.
>> Is there a good way to process Rmarkdown files with ESS and knitr now?
>> not, any workarounds? I considered a makefile using R as the compiler
>> the knit2html function on the file, but that just doesn't seem right
>> it would probably work)
>> Cheers,
>> - SteveN
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