CECCHI FABIO | 1 Mar 11:29 2006
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[ESS] ess problems on xemacs 21.4.19 on AIX

Hello ess-help.

I have installed xemacs-21.4.19 on AIX (5.2 and 5.3) with
xemacs-sumo-2005-12-08.tar.bz2 tarball and
xemacs-mule-2005-12-08.tar.bz2.

ess-5.2.7 is present in the xemacs tarball, but when I try to run stata
o SAS process I get the following error:

Symbol's value as variable is void: inferior-ess-font-lock-keywords

(Note that with xemacs -nw (terminal mode) the problem does not arise. I
also notice that running, for example R, the other processes (stata or
SAS) start but I would like to avoid this trick.)

Also installing earlier versions of ess the problem still remains.

Then I have installed xemacs-21.4.19 with previous version of tarballs
(xemacs-sumo-2005-03-07.tar.bz2 tarball and
xemacs-mule-2005-03-07.tar.bz2).

ess-5.2.3 is present in the xemacs tarball, and stata or SAS process run
correctly.

At this point,  I installed ess-5.2.12 but when I start xemacs I get the
following error:

             Symbol's function definition is void: ess-s-versions-create

I also tried ess-5.2.11 and the problem remains.
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Rodney Sparapani | 1 Mar 15:57 2006
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Re: [ESS] ess problems on xemacs 21.4.19 on AIX


> 
>
>At this point,  I installed ess-5.2.12 but when I start xemacs I get the
>following error:
>
>             Symbol's function definition is void: ess-s-versions-create
>
> 
>
>I also tried ess-5.2.11 and the problem remains.
>
> 
>
>At the end with ess-5.2.10, and with previous versions of xemacs and
>tarball (so not the last version), the problem does not arise.
>
> 
>
>I would like to install last version of sumo tarball and last version of
>ess because I suppose that in this situation I will not able to follow
>the normal upgrade of ess and xemacs.
>
> 
>
>Does anybody can help me ?
>
> 
>
>Thanks in advance,
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aviso.informatica | 1 Mar 17:47 2006
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[ESS] Virus Alert

O ficheiro em anexo info02.zip foi bloqueado, de acordo com a configuracao da C. M. de V. Conde. A accao
blocked foi executada.

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Sebastian Luque | 1 Mar 18:00 2006
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[ESS] folding/outlining

Hi,

I've spent some time looking for a method to outline code while using ESS,
and the allout package was suggested on a recent thread here.  I had
trouble understanding the documentation in the customization group for
allout, so I'd appreciate some help setting it up to work with ESS.  I
tried:

(require 'allout)
(outline-init `ask)

and did M-x outline-hide-bodies while in a few files (R source and elisp
files), but got the message "Wrong type argument: stringp, nil".  I'm
using GNU Emacs 21.4.1 (i486-pc-linux-gnu, X toolkit, Xaw3d scroll bars)
of 2005-10-02 on trouble, modified by Debian, and ess 5.2.11.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions,

--

-- 
Sebastian P. Luque

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Rajarshi Guha | 1 Mar 19:05 2006
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[ESS] jumping to a function's definition

Hi, I've recently switched to using Emacs and ESS.

When I write R scripts that contain multiple functions, I note that I
can get a a list of the available functions from the Imenu toolbar.

Is there a way I can access this functionality from the keyboard? That
is, if my cursor is on a function name (and it is also defined in the
current file or maybe in a .R file in the current directory) and I do
some combination of keys, say C-c b, I would be able to jump to the
function definition.

A little searching shows that I could do M-. to jump to functions, but I
think it's more oriented towards C/C++ as it requires the use of a TAGS
file.

Any pointers would be appreciated

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Tim Hesterberg | 1 Mar 19:38 2006

Re: [ESS] jumping to a function's definition

You can create a TAGS file for use with R/S code.

Here, for example, is the beginning of my TAGS file for use
with the resample library:


resample/funs/First.q,31
.First.lib <-.First.lib3,122

resample/funs/abc.q,159
limits.abc _limits.abc11,394
limits.abc.default <-limits.abc.default30,926
limits.abc.resamp _limits.abc.resamp451,15519
print.abc _print.abc489,16791

I'll attach two files; one a script for updating the TAGS file,
and the other containing regular expressions for use in updating.

Tim Hesterberg

For my records:
beans/code/discreteChoice/updateTAGS
bootstrap/code/updateTAGSregexp

>Hi, I've recently switched to using Emacs and ESS.
>
>When I write R scripts that contain multiple functions, I note that I
>can get a a list of the available functions from the Imenu toolbar.
>
>Is there a way I can access this functionality from the keyboard? That
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A.J. Rossini | 1 Mar 20:05 2006
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Re: [ESS] jumping to a function's definition

The interface that I'd be interested in seeing would be an "iswitchb"
approach to jumping to functions in source code.  That would make
sense to me.

Thomas Gerds had a nice iswitch-r that completed R objects; I've got
on my to-do list a generalization of it (it's currently xemacs only).

I believe that ECB (Emacs Code Browser, the reason I added the imenu
stuff) might have a means of navigation via keymaps.  "Might".  It's
worth checking.

You should be able to use keystrokes to navigate the menu pull-downs,
but that is an ugly hack.

On 3/1/06, Rajarshi Guha <rxg218 <at> psu.edu> wrote:
> Hi, I've recently switched to using Emacs and ESS.
>
> When I write R scripts that contain multiple functions, I note that I
> can get a a list of the available functions from the Imenu toolbar.
>
> Is there a way I can access this functionality from the keyboard? That
> is, if my cursor is on a function name (and it is also defined in the
> current file or maybe in a .R file in the current directory) and I do
> some combination of keys, say C-c b, I would be able to jump to the
> function definition.
>
> A little searching shows that I could do M-. to jump to functions, but I
> think it's more oriented towards C/C++ as it requires the use of a TAGS
> file.
>
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Xiao-Jun Ma | 1 Mar 20:36 2006

Re: [ESS] ESS 5.2.12 released

Yes. Just try to do M-x R to launch one R session, and following by M-x
R again, which will hang. This only happens in cygwin xemacs.

xiaojun

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From: A.J. Rossini [mailto:blindglobe <at> gmail.com] 
Sent: Monday, February 27, 2006 10:22 PM
To: Xiao-Jun Ma
Cc: ESS-help <at> stat.math.ethz.ch
Subject: Re: [ESS] ESS 5.2.12 released

On 2/23/06, Xiao-Jun Ma <xma <at> arcturusdx.com> wrote:
> Just installed this release for using in cygwin/xemacs (21.4-19).
> However, I have the following problem: after successfully launching
one
> R process, if I do another M-x R (version 2.2.0), the new process
hangs
> (waiting for prompt). This only happens in the cygwin version of
xemacs
> (the native version works as expected). I had this issue with past
> versions of xemacs and ess as well. This is on Windows XP Pro SP2.
>
> Does anyone else have the same problem?

Nope.  But I'm running really old versions of everything.  Is it
completely reproducbile?

best,
-tony
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Stephen Eglen | 1 Mar 20:47 2006
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Re: [ESS] jumping to a function's definition

A.J. Rossini writes:
 > The interface that I'd be interested in seeing would be an "iswitchb"
 > approach to jumping to functions in source code.  That would make
 > sense to me.
 > 
 > Thomas Gerds had a nice iswitch-r that completed R objects; I've got
 > on my to-do list a generalization of it (it's currently xemacs only).

Would be interested to see the iswitch-r code!  (Music to my ears, as
the iswitchb author!)  Someone took iswitchb and generalised it into
ido.el (distributed in Emacs 22) -- that any use to you?

Stephen

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john.gavin | 2 Mar 10:52 2006

[ESS] Startup error on XEmacs with ESS 2.5.11 (error "Stack overflow in regexp matcher")

Hi,

I am on XEmacs 21.4.6 and ESS 5.2.11.
This morning when I fire up XEmacs, I encounter an error

"(1) (initialization/error) An error has occurred while loading p:\.xemacs\init.el:
Stack overflow in regexp matcher"

Switching on the -debug-init option 
I get the more detailed error message shown below.

I tried to upgrade to 5.2.12 but that seems to produce a different
error message (again see below for details).

The only thing that has happened to my pc is that I was upgraded to 
Office 2003 last night but I dont think that should make a difference, should it?

Fiddling with my init.el file the error is caused when I start R with the line "(R)".
The same error occurs if I try to start R manually within XEmacs.

I would like to address the 5.2.11 error (Stack overflow in regexp matcher)
as this is the version of ESS that was working correctly previously.
What might I try to address this, please?

Regards,

John.

With ESS 5.2.11 (and the -debug-init option) the error is:

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