Stephen Eglen <sj...@cam.ac.uk> writes: > hi Igor, > > I'm amazed that ess-rdired has any users, I haven't used it for years > since I wrote it. > > can you just say in a bit more detail what you want to happen -- can you > give a concrete set of steps, e.g. > > M-x ess-rdired > > e.g. which buffer do you quit from, and which one (e.g. *R dired*, *R view* > ?) do you want to hide with quit-buffer?
Thanks for your answer. 1. I have a R buffer 2. I use ess-rutils-objs (C-c C-. o) 3. a new buffer in a new window is opened under the previous one 4. I press 'q' to quit: the rdired is killed (as far as I see from the code), but the window is still there (I have two windows with the same R buffer). Many thanks in advance. PS: if you as author don't use rdired, may I ask what you are using instead? -- :: Igor Sosa Mayor :: joseleopoldo1...@gmail.com :: :: GnuPG: 0x1C1E2890 :: http://www.gnupg.org/ :: :: jabberid: rogorido :: :: ______________________________________________ ESSfirstname.lastname@example.org mailing list https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/ess-help