I just wanted to evaluate some of the R code in the .Rnw file in my main R process, at global scope. But ESS seemed to think C-c C-r meant to do something else (in that file), like sweaving, instead. It may have tried just to do that on the highlighted region; I didn't investigate except to note it failed.
Ross ________________________________________ From: Sparapani, Rodney <rspar...@mcw.edu> Sent: Thursday, March 8, 2018 11:21:57 AM To: Boylan, Ross Cc: ess-help Subject: Re: [ESS] Developing R packages under ESS Hi Ross: Oh, you mean Sweaving and knitting? That does work but it is a little flaky at the moment. There is a recent thread on ess-help about some bugs in that code, however, no resolution as of yet. Stay tuned! -- Rodney Sparapani, PhD Assistant Professor of Biostatistics Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee -----Original Message----- From: Ross Boylan <ross.boy...@ucsf.edu> Date: Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 1:14 PM To: Rodney Sparapani <rspar...@mcw.edu> Cc: ess-help <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Boylan, Ross" <ross.boy...@ucsf.edu> Subject: Re: [ESS] Developing R packages under ESS Hmm, before I got the latest ESS updates, when I did code evaluation commands in the .Rnw (vignette) file ESS evaluated the code in R. Now, when I did C-c C-r, it tried to build some tex files. I think I was using C-c C-n before, so I'm not sure if this is a change. But it sounds as if it might be related to the change you highlighted. BTW, my intention was that the vignette code is evaluated at global scope. ______________________________________________ ESSemail@example.com mailing list https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/ess-help