Andrew Dabrowski | 20 Oct 22:53 2014
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Julia library ref

In the ESS wiki page for Julia 
(https://github.com/emacs-ess/ESS/wiki/Julia 
<https://github.com/emacs-ess/ESS/wiki/Julia>) it says:

    To look up for a topic [sic] in julia standard library reference:
    |C-c C-d C-r|.

But when I try that I get "Sorry, not implemented for dialect Julia".

Am I doing something wrong or has that feature simply not been 
implemented yet?

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Christian Hoffmann | 20 Oct 15:21 2014
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ESS 14.09 was Re: ESS-help Digest, Vol 139, Issue 12

I am seeing
  ESS 14.09 released
but I fail to find a simple way to use it (I am still with 13.09-1). My 
knowledge of elisp is too scanty to make sense of the directions 
supplied. Changing relevant files seems error prone to me.

Thanks for help.

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Vitalie Spinu | 19 Oct 01:02 2014
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Re: ESS 14.09 File mode specification error

 >>> Georg Otto on Sat, 18 Oct 2014 14:16:37 +0100 wrote:

[...]

 > The cleanest way to test whether your function was called with
 > `call-interactively' is by adding an extra optional argument, and
 > making the `interactive' spec specify non-nil unconditionally for
 > that argument.  (`p' is a good way to do this.)

 Ok, reading this now. You are right. called-interactively-p in newer
 emacses is defined in lisp and has an additional, optional argument.

 I will get rid of it in ess-set-style which is the only place that can
 cause your error.

   Vitalie

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Riccardo Romoli | 18 Oct 10:10 2014
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Remote R session

Hi to everybody, I use R(3.1.1) in Debian wheezy with emacs23 and ess 13.09-1. I would run an R process on a
remote machine from an R script in my laptop. So from within emacs I load my R script, I ssh to the remote
machine and start a new R session, than I use M-x ess-remote to connect the remote R process to my local R
script. All works well until I try to load some function from my laptop (local machine) and send it to the
remote R. Whenever I try to do this I get the following error:

source('myFunction.R') Error in file(filename, "r", encoding = encoding) : cannot open the connection
In addition: Warning message: In file(filename, "r", encoding = encoding) : cannot open file
'myFunction.R': No such file or directory

If I switch to the R console and I getwd() the console says that I am in the home directory of the remote machine.

I followed the instruction from the paragraph 3.3 in ess web-site. 
Where do I wrong? Should I place all my data and scripts in the remote machine?! Is there a way to work with the
scripts from my local pc?!

All the best, Riccardo

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Georg Otto | 17 Oct 15:18 2014
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ESS 14.09 File mode specification error


Dear all,

I upgraded ESS to version 14.09 and now I receive an error message when
opening a file file.R containing R code.

$ emacs test.R

The error message is:

File mode specification error: (wrong-number-of-arguments
called-interactively-p 1)

In addition, the test.R file is not recognized properly. However, R
processes run correctly in ESS

Any idea what is going on?

Best wishes,

Georg

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Vitalie Spinu | 17 Oct 03:45 2014
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Re: Setting paths to R versions in different directories


Theoretically, it should be enough to have a sim-link of your R binaries
into your bin path. This seems to work very well for
Martin. Unfortunately it never worked for me. I have multiple R
installed and simlinked but I don't see any of them.

I had in plan to check what is going on for ages and never got down to
it as it never bothered me that much.

As a quick workaround you can have:

   (defun R-x.y.z ()
     (interactive)
     (let ((inferior-R-program-name "path/to/xyz/R"))
       (R)))

 Vitalie

 >>> Brian Hobbs on Thu, 16 Oct 2014 15:51:56 -0400 wrote:

 > Hello all,
 > I am trying to customize my ESS so that I can easily refer to older version
 > of R as needed to use packages that are not compatible with the most up to
 > date R version.

 > I am currently running GNU Emacs 24.1.1 with ESS Version 14.09. I use Emacs
 > and ESS on a linux server where the main R version is kept at /local/bin/R
 > which refers to version 3.1.1 via a symbolic link.

 > When I am in Emacs and type M-x R-[tab] I do not see any R versions come up
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Raghu Naik | 16 Oct 22:56 2014
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configuring ess-pdf-view-pref for forward and inverse search.

Guys,

I am new to emacs/auctex/ess and ubuntu as well. 

Based on some online search, I have been able to configure my .tex documents
for forward and inverse search with Okular. 

I am having difficulty doing that when I use a .Rnw file. My relevant .emacs
code is below. I would appreciate any help.

I am using the latest versions of emacs, ess, auctex, and R. 

Regards.

Raghu

________.emacs code_______________________________________

(custom-set-variables
 ;; custom-set-variables was added by Custom.
 ;; If you edit it by hand, you could mess it up, so be careful.
 ;; Your init file should contain only one such instance.
 ;; If there is more than one, they won't work right.
 '(LaTeX-command "latex -synctex=1")
 '(TeX-PDF-mode t)
 '(TeX-source-correlate-method (quote synctex))
 '(TeX-source-correlate-mode t)
 '(TeX-source-correlate-start-server t)
 '(TeX-view-program-list (quote (("Okular" "okular -unique %o#src:%n%b"))))
 '(TeX-view-program-selection (quote ((output-pdf "Okular") ((output-dvi
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Brian Hobbs | 16 Oct 21:51 2014
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Setting paths to R versions in different directories

Hello all,

I am trying to customize my ESS so that I can easily refer to older version
of R as needed to use packages that are not compatible with the most up to
date R version.

I am currently running GNU Emacs 24.1.1 with ESS Version 14.09. I use Emacs
and ESS on a linux server where the main R version is kept at /local/bin/R
which refers to version 3.1.1 via a symbolic link.

When I am in Emacs and type M-x R-[tab] I do not see any R versions come up
in my completions list. My current completions list is:
Possible completions are:
R-fix-T-F                 R-initialize-on-start     R-mode
R-newest                  R-site-search             R-transcript-mode

I had seen that you could set R-devel in older versions of ESS, but I do
not see that as a variable now.

I have explored the variable (ess-r-versions-created) and found its value
to be nil. I then looked at (ess-rterm-version-paths) and also found that
to have a value of nil.

I then tried to edit my .emacs file to set the (ess-rterm-version-paths)
variable to the path to R version 3.0.1 located in my bin with the
following addition to my .emacs file under (custom-set-variables

'(ess-rterm-version-paths "/udd/user/bin/R-3.0.1")

However, this only updated the ess-rterm-version-paths variable and did not
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Timothy W. Hilton | 16 Oct 18:25 2014

ESS, devtools, and documentation

Hi,

I'm unable to access documentation for an R package I'm developing while
using devtools within ESS.  Starting R within ESS and attempting to
access some docs that I wrote:

M-x R
> library(devtools)
> load_all('VPRM_Rpckg')
> ?Park_Falls

A message then appears in the minibuffer:
No documentation for ‘Park_Falls’ in specified packages and libraries:

If I start R from the shell prompt the above sequence displays the
documentation for Park_Falls, as expected.

ess-version: 14.09 [svn: 6041 (2014-09-13)] (loaded from /Users/tim/.emacs.d/ess-14.09/)
GNU Emacs 24.3.1 (x86_64-apple-darwin13.4.0, NS apple-appkit-1265.21) of
2014-10-08 on Timothys-MacBook-Air.local

Any advice much appreciated!  I really love coding in ESS but accessing
my own documentation is pretty important to me as I try to finalize this
package I'm working on.

As always, thanks for making the excellent ESS available to the
community!

best,
Tim
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"Gérald Jean" | 9 Oct 19:55 2014
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Re : Re: Re : Re: R-versions

Yes,

in fact several times as I played with the settings in my .emacs, trying to make it work. But it works now with
the inclusion of Ista's settings.

Grald

Le 09/10/14, Rmh  <rmh <at> temple.edu> a crit :
> did you restart emacs after the installation so its information would be refreshed?
> 
> Rich
> 
> Sent from my iPhone
> 
> > On Oct 9, 2014, at 12:26, "Grald Jean" <gerald.jean <at> videotron.ca> wrote:
> > 
> > Thanks Ista,
> > 
> > it worked just fine. What surprises me though is that until yesterday, before 3.1.1 was installed by
admin, I didn't have any special statement in my .emacs for the system's version of R, the previous one
being 2.15.?
> > 
> > Grald
> > 
> > Le 09/10/14, Ista Zahn <istazahn <at> gmail.com> a crit :
> >> I think you can set inferior-R-program-name, e.g.,
> >> 
> >> (setq inferior-R-program-name "/usr/bin/R")
> >> 
> >> However, I don't see that documented in the manual[1], and it seems to
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"Gérald Jean" | 9 Oct 18:26 2014
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Re : Re: R-versions

Thanks Ista,

it worked just fine. What surprises me though is that until yesterday, before 3.1.1 was installed by admin,
I didn't have any special statement in my .emacs for the system's version of R, the previous one being 2.15.?

Grald

Le 09/10/14, Ista Zahn  <istazahn <at> gmail.com> a crit :
> I think you can set inferior-R-program-name, e.g.,
> 
> (setq inferior-R-program-name "/usr/bin/R")
> 
> However, I don't see that documented in the manual[1], and it seems to
> be a FAQ. Should this be documented, or is there another recommended
> way to do it?
> 
> Best,
> Ista
> 
> [1] http://ess.r-project.org/Manual/ess.html#Latest-version
> 
> On Thu, Oct 9, 2014 at 11:27 AM, "Grald Jean" <gerald.jean <at> videotron.ca> wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I am running R from ESS on a linux box (RedHat). The admin of the server just installed R-3.1.1 in /usr/bin
and I can't start it from Emacs, starts OK from the command line just by typing R.
> >
> > I also have a patched version (3.1.0) installed in a private directory. From Emacs, "M-x R", "M-x
R-patched" and "M-x R-newest" all start the R-3.1.0 patched version???
> >
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