In *scratch*, you can type load-path and C-j.
Or F1 v load-path return to see its contents.
But, it sounds like you might just want a fresh install
via MELPA or in your HOME directory
Rodney Sparapani, Associate Professor of Biostatistics
Chair ISBA Section on Biostatistics and Pharmaceutical Statistics
Institute for Health and Equity, Division of Biostatistics
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Campus
On 3/17/21, 12:16 PM, "Steve Gutreuter" wrote:
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Sysadmins did the installation, which is when I presume everything was
At any rate, setting ess-etc-directory did not result in ESS loading. I
still get the message "Error: Cannot open load file: No such file or
directory, ess.rd.el". Yet, ess.rd.el is present. Naively, it looks to
me as if (add-to-list 'load-path "/apps/x86_64/emacs/ess-18.10.2/") is
not being executed.
On 3/17/21 11:36 AM, Sparapani, Rodney via ESS-help wrote:
> Hi Steve:
> Well, maybe you didn’t see my earlier post. But, you
> should not need to byte-compile ESS to make it work.
> This error has to do with the anticipated directory
> structure that is being violated: “ERROR:ess-etc-directory”
> You can probably work-around that by something like…
> (setq ess-etc-directory “FILL THIS IN ACCORDINGLY”)
> Rodney Sparapani, Associate Professor of Biostatistics
> Chair ISBA Section on Biostatistics and Pharmaceutical Statistics
> Institute for Health and Equity, Division of Biostatistics
> Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Campus
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