[ESS] ESS Emacs / Win initialization
Richard M. Heiberger
rmh @ending from temple@edu
Tue Dec 18 21:00:39 CET 2018
this is a known bug, which has been repaired in the not-yet-released version.
and all will be well.
On Tue, Dec 18, 2018 at 2:58 PM Skála, Zdeněk (GfK Czech) via ESS-help
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> Dear all,
> apologies for asking a question that could have a trivial answer - I am just a "plain user" of ESS/Emacs/R.
> Version: ESS Emacs version 26.1-2-modified-3 (12 November 2018) (Goulet)
> OS: Windows 10
> Emacs start OK, the R script is loaded OK (syntax highlighting works...).
> After trying to run a code I get (at the bottom line):
> "R starting project directory? e:/my-working-directory/"
> ...where "my-working-directory" = the place where r-scripts are saved.
> When I hit Enter, the message appears:
> "Searching for a program: No such file or directory, Rterm"
> In previous Emacs version this did not happen.
> Indeed, if I write the correct Rterm.exe location / directory in the bottom line, R starts and works OK.
> I remember there has been a paragraph in the init.el file to indicate R location; cannot find it in the current version.
> Any hints please?
> Thank you!
> Zdenek Skala
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