Hi Kevin, If you have an older version of `poly-R`, the function `poly-gfm+r-mode` might not be present. This was added to `poly-R` dev in July 2021, I'm not sure exactly when it would have been added to the released version.
If that's the case, updating to the current version of `poly-R` should fix the problem. Alternatively, you need the following code evaluated *after* `(require 'poly-R)` and *before* `(add-to-list ...)`: ``` (define-polymode poly-gfm+r-mode poly-markdown+r-mode :lighter " PM-Rmd(gfm)" :hostmode 'poly-gfm-hostmode) ``` But that really shouldn't be necessary. Best, Tyler -- plantarum.ca On Fri, Apr 21, 2023, at 10:58 AM, Kevin Zembower via ESS-help wrote: > Tyler, thanks for your response. I had found your website while > searching for a solution to my problem. > > Currently, I have this in my .emacs.d/init.el file: > (setq load-path (append '("~/.emacs.d/polymode/" > "~/.emacs.d/polymode/modes") load-path)) > (require 'poly-R) > (require 'poly-markdown) > (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.Rmd" . poly-markdown+r-mode)) > > This has been working for me without error so far. > > I commented out the last line and added this one: > (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist > '("\\.[rR]md\\'" . poly-gfm+r-mode)) > > When I save my init.el file and restart Emacs with a .Rmd file, I get > this error message: > > File mode specification error: (void-function poly-gfm+r-mode) > Package cl is deprecated > > I'm using GNU Emacs 27.1, with rmarkdown 2.21. I'm not able to install > or find a poly-R or polymode package for this version of R > > Any ideas what I'm doing wrong? Thanks for any help and guidance. > > -Kevin > > > On 4/21/23 06:00, ess-help-requ...@r-project.org wrote: >> Message: 2 >> Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2023 13:55:19 -0400 >> From: "Tyler Smith"<ty...@plantarum.ca> >> To: ESS-help<firstname.lastname@example.org> >> Subject: Re: [ESS] Fwd: Emacs, ESS and Rmarkdown: Is this the way >> compile is supposed to work? >> Message-ID:<98fe4222-3e4f-408a-8773-bde2cf87b...@app.fastmail.com> >> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" >> >> Hi Kevin, >> >> You should be able to do what you want directly from the `.Rmd` buffer. I >> posted a tutorial here: >> >> https://plantarum.ca/2021/10/03/emacs-tutorial-rmarkdown/ >> >> With the right packages installed, from the .Rmd buffer you can export your >> file with `M-n e`, select `markdown` and `html` when prompted, and the html >> will be generated and opened in a web browser. >> >> The tutorial walks you through the steps in more detail. >> >> Best, >> >> Tyler >> >> -- plantarum.ca > > > ______________________________________________ > ESSemail@example.com mailing list > https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/ess-help ______________________________________________ ESSfirstname.lastname@example.org mailing list https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/ess-help