[R] finding yap.exe with Sweave
Christopher W. Ryan
cryan at binghamton.edu
Wed Dec 31 21:04:56 CET 2008
Hmm, it's been a while since I installed my R and Sweave, so I can't
remember exactly how I did it, but I don't recall any particular
difficulties. I think I had to copy the Sweave.sty to my localtexmf
tree; I see it there now in
in addition to having it in
I suppose instead I could have just put the latter directory in my
MikTex as a local tree, in which to look for .sty files.
I use MikTex too, and I don't use any particular editor; I write in
TinnR but have used Programmers Notepad and others successfully.
What do you mean you had to use, "notepad++ to tell Sweave where
Latex.exe and yap.exe where located under MikTex path?"
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Felipe Carrillo wrote:
> Dear all:
> Just to make sure I am on the same page as everyone else.
> I just got a new computer and had to reinstall MikTex and of course R and Tinn-R. In order to be able to generate PDF's with Sweave I had to install notepad++ to tell Sweave where Latex.exe and yap.exe where located under MikTex path. So,I have two questions:
> 1- Do I need to have a Miktex editor in order to use Sweave? I am not using the editor because I am generating my PDF's from R using Sweave.
> 2- Is Sweave able to find the path to Latex.exe and yap.exe by itself?
> Everything works fine now but I am just want to get it right for future installations.
> I'm running on windows xp and have R-2.8.1 installed
> Thanks in advance
> Felipe D. Carrillo
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