>>>>> Paul Johnson <pauljoh...@gmail.com>
>>>>> on Fri, 14 Jul 2017 09:31:31 -0500 writes:
> Do you notice this:
> cd into a folder, say "~/tmp/project/R" and start emacs with a file in
> there. The working directory correctly shows "~/tmp/project/R".
> Then launch an R session. When you quit the R session, and start a new
> R session, the working directory changed, it becomes "~/tmp/project".
> This is just a little inconvenient if you get an R session with some
> crap in it and you close it down to start fresh, but the WD is no
> longer correct. Its necessary to close emacs and re-open the file.
> I'll paste in the Emacs session transcript to show what I mean. The
> only thing I do after the q() is hit the big blue R button:
>  "/home/pauljohn/GIT/rockchalk/package/rockchalk/R"
> Save workspace image? [y/n/c]: n
> Process R finished at Fri Jul 14 09:30:04 2017
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>> > if(identical(getOption('pager'), file.path(R.home('bin'), 'pager'))) #
rather take the ESS one
> + options(pager='cat')
>> options(STERM='iESS', str.dendrogram.last="'", editor='emacsclient',
>  "/home/pauljohn/GIT/rockchalk/package/rockchalk"
This is strange.
I tried this, with /tmp/project/R/foo.R
but when I quit R (using C-c C-q; and having set
(inferior-R-args "--no-restore-history --no-save ")
in my ~/.emacs equivalent, so I'm never asked about saving --
the only reasonable thing anyway!
and restart it , my working directory *is* the same,
Can anyone reproduce Paul's problem?
If not, Paul, you may have set another non-default somewhere.
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