[R] loadhistory() in .Rprofile ?
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Sun Aug 22 05:48:52 CEST 2004
so see the comments at the top of the NEWS for 1.9.0. You will need to
use utils::loadhistory() in .Rprofile, or a loadhook.
On Sat, 21 Aug 2004 ivo_welch-rstat8783 at mailblocks.com wrote:
> dear wizards: my .Rprofile has just one command for testing,
> but this gives me an error on R startup:
> Error: couldn't find function "loadhistory"
> Invoking loadhistory() as the first interactive command works fine;
> incidentally, I believe loadhistory() in the .Rprofile worked in
> earlier or other platform R releases, too.
> Is the .Rprofile now loaded before loadhistory()? if so, this seems to
> make it impossible to set up one big history file across directories
> (save history prior to exit, then reload automatically on entry). if
> not, I probably screwed something up---again.
> regards, /iaw
> ivo welch
> PS: my earlier amd64 gentoo problem was caused by my use of f2c, which
> apparently is not happy on amd64 platforms. thanks to those who let me
> know the problem.
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