[Rd] Writing in R // R 4.2.0 on Windows doesn't work with Dasher
Kasper Daniel Hansen
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Sun May 15 23:01:02 CEST 2022
It is interesting that Paulo reports Rgui to behave differently from many
(all?) other applications. However, I have no insight into Windows.
On Sun, May 15, 2022 at 3:32 PM Duncan Murdoch <murdoch.duncan using gmail.com>
> On 15/05/2022 2:44 p.m., Ben Bolker wrote:
> > I don't know if there's a good up-to-date list anywhere of
> > editors/IDEs that handle R nicely, but it would include at least:
> > Atom
> > Sublime Text
> > VS Code
> > RStudio
> > Jupyter notebooks
> > vim
> > emacs
> > Tinn-R
> > It's worth being able to choose from such a list both for general
> > aesthetic preferences, and for those with accessibility challenges.
> One more that I should have mentioned: StatET, a plug-in for the
> Eclipse IDE.
> > I do agree that it would be nice if there were a way to make the R
> > console work well with Dasher under Windows, but the technical details
> > are completely beyond me.
> A long time ago I used to know some of this stuff, but now I find
> working in Windows quite difficult. I never knew it well enough to know
> the advantages and disadvantages of the approach RGui uses versus the
> one that dasher seems to be expecting.
> On the hopeful side, accessibility has always had a relatively high
> priority in the R Project, and there seems to be a recent push in that
> direction. Perhaps there will be an opportunity for someone to bring up
> this issue at useR! 2022 (https://user2022.r-project.org).
> Duncan Murdoch
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