[ESS] ess-toggle-underscore not working in init.el
greg at warnes.net
Mon Sep 15 16:50:16 CEST 2014
I'm using Vincent Goulet's fine Emacs for OSX with ess bundled.
For some reason, "(ess-toggle-underscore nil)" is generating an error
message when I include it in my .emacs.d/init.el file:
Warning (initialization): An error occurred while loading
Symbol's function definition is void: ess-toggle-underscore
I recall this working in the past, and executing "(ess-toggle-underscore
nil)" after emacs starts up successfully works properly.
I suppose that emacs introduced 'lazy-loading' of the ess code, so that
ess-toggle-underscore simply isn't defined until after startup is complete.
Is there a recommended approach for disabling smart-underscore?
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