[Rd] RE: Gnuserv, NTEmacs, Windows 2000 and R
Martin Maechler <email@example.com>
Tue, 14 Nov 2000 14:11:44 +0100
The following becomes more and more a topic for an R mailing list,
R for Windows crashes are important and should be discussed and debugged
with the experts -- which are not reading ESS-help AFAIK.
>>>>> "ColCun" == Cunningham, Colin A <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
ColCun> In my very brief exposure to R, I have experienced the very
ColCun> same crash experience when displaying graphics. I haven't
ColCun> tried the fixes yet however.
ColCun> I also am running W2K. I installed the binary distribution of
ColCun> R 1.1.1 for Windows. I'm hopeful of deploying application
ColCun> engines here and there on W2K and NT servers. Let me know if
ColCun> there are tests I can run for the group. I have several
ColCun> machines available to me here that run variants of the W2K OS.
>> Colin Cunningham
>> Sr Software Engineer
>> Internet Data Analysis
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>> Intel Online Services, OSS New Capabilities
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ColCun> -----Original Message-----
ColCun> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
ColCun> Sent: Friday, November 10, 2000 4:51 PM
ColCun> To: Erich Neuwirth
ColCun> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; Goran Arnoldsson;
ColCun> Subject: Re: Gnuserv, NTEmacs, Windows 2000 and R
>>>>> "EN" == Erich Neuwirth <email@example.com> writes:
EN> as far as i know, we still have an rterm and especially rgui
EN> problem under win2k. on my athlon win2k machine, rterm and
EN> rgui still crash when i try to do graphics. a simple
EN> plot(1:10) crashes both.
EN> so even after guido's and brian's fix (thanks to both of them)
EN> there still are some unsolved problems which might be part of
EN> the emacs ess r problem.
AJR> Erich -
AJR> I'd not seen this posted to R-devel; have you mentioned that to
AJR> them? I'll have to get my wife to try R on her new machine (my
AJR> only access to Win2k, thanks to all the Gods...).
okay now it finally went to R-devel -- quite a bit late so,...
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