[R] scripts with littler
pinard at iro.umontreal.ca
Mon Jan 8 14:29:20 CET 2007
[John Lawrence Aspden]
>I'm trying to write R scripts using littler (under Debian), and was
>originally using the shebang line:
>However this picks up any .RData file that happens to be lying around, which
>I find a little disturbing, because it means that the script may not behave
>the same way on successive invocations.
>If you drop the /usr/bin/env trick then
>seems to work, but it also prevents the loading of the libraries in my home
>directory, some of which I'd like to use.
>doesn't work at all.
>Ideally I'd like #!/usr/bin/env r --no-restore
>Has anyone else been round this loop and can offer advice?
I usually do something like:
R --slave --vanilla <<EOF
R script goes here...
# vim: ft=r
If you need to search special places for packages, you may tweak
exported environment variables between the first and second line.
François Pinard http://pinard.progiciels-bpi.ca
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