When you see 2% CPU are you moving your point within R buffer? If so, it could be completion or eldoc. Most of the stuff is cached but for some things ESS pings R from time to time.
Vitalie >> On Sun, Jun 18 2017 15:45, Igor Sosa Mayor wrote: > Hi, > I have following small question: using ESS (version: 16.10 [Released > git: e92ed78b8890]) under emacs 25.2 I'm noticing that the R process > started by emacs is always using at least 2%-3.5% of my CPU. Even if I > do nothing with R or emacs. Is there a reason for this? > Many thanks in advance (and thanks for the wonderful package!). > Best regards, > Igor ______________________________________________ ESSfirstname.lastname@example.org mailing list https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/ess-help