[R] text editor for R
maj at stats.waikato.ac.nz
Thu Jul 8 03:46:53 CEST 2004
Oh, yes. I think I did do something like this, but for some reason the
two incarnations bothered me.
David Scott wrote:
> On Thu, 8 Jul 2004, Murray Jorgensen wrote:
>>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?
> This problem annoyed me for a while too. My solution (which is not perhaps
> ideal) is this. You want two different incarnations of WinEdt, one for
> TeX, the other for R. On the desktop I have a shortcut to WinEdt which is
> the one for TeX stuff. I open the other one with R syntax highlighting etc
> by starting R and using library(RWinEdt). To do this you have to install
> the RWinEdt package and SWinRegistry. This is all well explained in the
> ReadMe.txt for RWinEdt.
> I think with the right additions to the Target field in a shortcut to
> WinEdt you can call up the incarnation of WinEdt that is suitable for R. I
> haven't done that. You would then have two shortcuts to WinEdt, one for
> your TeX stuff, one for R.
> Uwe Ligges is the guru for this though.
> David Scott
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