On Fri, Jul 6, 2012 at 1:41 PM, Eric Schulte <eric.schu...@gmx.com> wrote:
>> Update: I'm on 64bit and just now realized there's another set of R
>> cmds in ../R-2.15.0/bin/x64/. This is what I needed.
>> Now my problem is that using R along doesn't produce any output. With
>> the above modification, I get:
>> ,---
>> | Fatal error: you must specify '--save', '--no-save' or '--vanilla'
>> `---
>> I'm quite close! If I add --no-save, I get exported results but they
>> include all of the R preamble text from when it starts. Here's my
>> block for reference:
>> #+begin_src R :results output org :exports results
>> x <- c(1:10)
>> summary(x)
>> #+end_src
> The default value for org-babel-R-command is "R --slave --no-save", so
> maybe adding the "--slave" option to your command will remove the R
> preamble text.

Yes! It's now working. I checked out the output of just runing "R"
from the command line in Windows, but did not see the --slave option.
Adding these to my .emacs setup of =org-babel-R-command= has worked
and it is now exporting results as expected.

Thanks so much -- for the times I need to use Windows at work, it's
going to be a lot easier to work with exportable/executable code
blocks in org-mode.

Thanks again for the persistence,

> As for your path problems, the "~" looks like a likely culprit.  The
> command is passed to an equivalent of the `shell-command-on-region'
> function, which then uses a shell to run the command.  Maybe the shell
> it uses can't handle the tilde?
> Best,
> p.s., I'm jumping into this thread part way through and didn't read all
>       of the back-log, so I apologize if I'm repeating previous advice.
> --
> Eric Schulte
> http://cs.unm.edu/~eschulte

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