28 Oct 1998 08:14:21 -0800
Federico Mattia STEFANINI <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I would like to use emacs and R under windows95/98/NT.
> Is there an ESS for microsoft based implementations of R?
You can use ESS and either XEmacs 21.0 (currently wrapping up beta) or
NTEmacs, or Emacs(FSF) to edit files.
IF the mingwin(?) or cygwin versions of R allow for command-line
prompts rather than working within a text-widget thing, then you might
be able to get it to work with some kind of process control. I really
don't know (cc'd to R-devel and ess-help to see if anyone has this
One possible solution is to run Linux, of course; but it might not be
XLispStat might be workable with _lots_ of work to the emacs hacks
found on Brian Ripley's Windows for Splus World-Wide-Web page. I've
been working on other aspects of ESS recently, and havn't made the
integration yet, sigh... (again, if any one wants to give me a
reasonably fast W95/NT box to play with :-)....
Comments from others more than welcome!
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