[R] text editor for R
flom at ndri.org
Thu Jul 8 03:30:51 CEST 2004
I use WinEdt for both. I simply installed it twice, and set up one
version for R and one for LaTeX, I have seperate icons on the desktop,
with different names, and it works fine.
Peter L. Flom, PhD
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>>> maj at stats.waikato.ac.nz 07/07/04 7:37 PM >>>
I tried R-WinEdt a few years ago, but as I remember it interfered with
my usual use of WinEdt which is as a front end to MiKTeX. Is there a way
to use WinEdt both ways?
Marc Schwartz wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-07-07 at 17:47, Yi-Xiong Sean Zhou wrote:
>>What is the best text editor for programming in R? I am using JEdit as
>>text editor, however, it does not have anything specific for R. It
>>nice to have a developing environment where the keywords are
>>plus some other debugging functions.
> More information is available at:
> Your e-mail headers suggest that you are using Windows. Thus, perhaps
> the two best choices (subject to challenge by others) would be:
> 1. R-WinEdt (Under IDE/Script Editors)
> 2. ESS for Windows
> The above two tools provide for a wide variety of functionality beyond
> syntax highlighting.
> There is a syntax highlighting file listed at the above site for
> Marc Schwartz
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