[ESS] remote R via ssh - customizing the command used to start R

Stephen Eglen @je30 @end|ng |rom c@m@@c@uk
Mon Jan 4 23:15:08 CET 2016

Oops you don't need the setq in the let construct.

On 4 January 2016 21:58:17 GMT+00:00, Stephen Eglen <sje30 using cam.ac.uk> wrote:
>Thanks for the follow up to the list Chris, glad it works:
>> (defun RserverB ()
>>    "Run R on serverA using the R.magic script"
>>    (interactive)
>>    (setq inferior-R-program-name "/home/USER/bin/R.magic")
>>    (setq ess-directory "/ssh:USER using serverB:~/")
>>    (R))
>I think you may need (again untested)
>(defun RserverB ()
>   "Run R on serverA using the R.magic script"
>   (interactive)
>   (let ((inferior-R-program-name "/home/USER/bin/R.magic")
>	 (setq ess-directory "/ssh:USER using serverB:~/"))
>     (R)))
>the let statement means that you only temporarily bind those two
>variables; otherwise in your version, after running RserverB, you will
>find that inferior-R-program-name has changed from its default of R.
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