[ESS] Advice on setting up ESS to edit and knit Rmarkdown files
chr|@ho|d @end|ng |rom p@yctc@org
Mon Oct 4 08:21:06 CEST 2021
You are a star Tyler. Sorry if I wasn't reading as carefully as I should.
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tyler Smith" <tyler using plantarum.ca>
> To: "Chris Evans" <chrishold using psyctc.org>
> Cc: "ess-help" <ess-help using r-project.org>
> Sent: Monday, 4 October, 2021 02:24:27
> Subject: Re: [ESS] Advice on setting up ESS to edit and knit Rmarkdown files
> Chris Evans <chrishold using psyctc.org> writes:
>> Just one thing that may chime with the ongoing discussion that
>> my post seems to have
>> seeded: I wouldn't know how to handle "You'll need new versions
>> of poly-R (updated 29
>> September 2021) and markdown-mode (updated 6 January 2021)" and
>> I never got my head
>> around what melpa is.
> The end of that section includes the line:
> "As in previous tutorials, we can install all three of these
> packages from [MELPA](https://melpa.org/#/)."
> The previous tutorial is available on my blog:
> And on youtube:
> I've updated the post to point directly to these locations. You'll
> find explicit instructions on how to install packages from Melpa
> at either location.
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