On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 7:04 PM, Vitalie Spinu <spinu...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I would agree with that. I think it's pretty safe to make that silent.
I don't think that safety is the issue here. Rather "transparency".
If ESS changes relatively important options() in R, as an R user I'd
rather like to notice. So this was visibly quite on purpose.
>>> On Mon, Feb 27 2017 13:54, Lionel Henry wrote:
>> Hi Luping,
>> This is normal and part of ESS initialisation, but it has always
>> bugged me as well. I think we should make this output silent.
>>> On 27 févr. 2017, at 10:10, Luping Zhang <rolf.che...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> To whom may concern
>>> Sorry for bothering you. But I have a question about ESS.
>>> When typing the command “M-x R RET” in mini buffer, I can
>>> go in R, as the following picture shows. However, there is always
>>> an information: “if (identical (getOption)…” pops up. I am not sure
>>> this is normal when using ESS in emacs. Could you explain for me
>>> why this information always shows, and how can I avoid this. By the way,
>>> My configuration in emacs initial file is
>>> ( use-package ess-site
>>> :ensure ess
>>> (setq inferior-R-program-name “/usr/local/bin/R)
>>> (setq ess-ask-for-ess-directory nil))
>>> Thanks again, long for hear from you
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