[R-SIG-Mac] please recommend an editor (Hai Lin)

2005-12-30 Thread Tilo Blenk
For the BBEdit/TextWrangler users.

If you do not use it already, you may find the following Applescript  
helpful:

set selectedText to selection as string
tell application R
activate
cmd selectedText
end tell

It is very basic but it works. If you write some R code in BBEdit you  
can select some commands there, select the Applescript via the menu  
or a keyboard shortcut, and the commands are executed in the R console.

To create the script just open the script editor in BBEdit, copy the  
code into the editor, compile it, and save the script into '~/Library/ 
Application Support/BBEdit/Scripts/'. You will find the script in the  
Applescript menu. You may want to set a keyboard shortcut (Window   
Palettes  Scripts menu and then Set Key).

Tilo

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Re: [R-SIG-Mac] please recommend an editor (Hai Lin)

2005-12-11 Thread Simon Urbanek

On Dec 7, 2005, at 6:58 AM, Bill Rising wrote:

 On Dec 6, 2005, at 6:42, Ken Beath wrote:

 I use TextWrangler http://www.barebones.com as a general editor. It's
 free and fairly powerful. I haven't set up any integration with R,
 but this should be possible if someone wants to do some work, as
 there are possibilities for source colouring, applescripting and
 plugin extensions. I just save the files and then Source File in R.

 I'm a big fan of emacs. On the mac Aquaemacs allows avoiding some  
 of the odd keystrokes that emacs normally requires.

FWIW you can avoid that in any emacs - that's what .emacs is for ;).  
I prefer the 'real' emacs compiled as Carbon app which is really  
stable and behaves as it should - the other clones sometimes don't so  
I'd avoid them. I guess I'll make an 'editors for R' page on the OS X  
wiki when I get back and we can put stuff like this there ...

Cheers,
Simon

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Re: [R-SIG-Mac] please recommend an editor (Hai Lin)

2005-12-11 Thread John Chambers
Simon Urbanek wrote:

On Dec 7, 2005, at 6:58 AM, Bill Rising wrote:

  

On Dec 6, 2005, at 6:42, Ken Beath wrote:



I use TextWrangler http://www.barebones.com as a general editor. It's
free and fairly powerful. I haven't set up any integration with R,
but this should be possible if someone wants to do some work, as
there are possibilities for source colouring, applescripting and
plugin extensions. I just save the files and then Source File in R.
  

I'm a big fan of emacs. On the mac Aquaemacs allows avoiding some  
of the odd keystrokes that emacs normally requires.



FWIW you can avoid that in any emacs - that's what .emacs is for ;).  
I prefer the 'real' emacs compiled as Carbon app which is really  
stable and behaves as it should - the other clones sometimes don't so  
I'd avoid them. 

Which emacs? is the source of huge flames (firestorms ?) on the 
macosx-emacs lists, of course.  Aquaemacs is good at providing a natural 
Mac feel  compatibility; if you mainly do  a variety of tasks on Mac OS 
X I find it helps your interactions go smoothly.  And recent versions 
have been better at stability.  The maintainers are very responsive, 
almost as good as the Mac R team ;-).

OTOH if you do emacs on different platforms a lot, then you may find 
Aquaemacs disconcerting.  (I'm more in the former camp these days, but 
sympathize with both.)

John

I guess I'll make an 'editors for R' page on the OS X  
wiki when I get back and we can put stuff like this there ...

Cheers,
Simon

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Re: [R-SIG-Mac] please recommend an editor (Hai Lin)

2005-12-06 Thread gene
I've written a BBEdit syntax coloring module for R language.  I think  
it might work with the free TextWrangler too.  If anyone wants a  
copy, email me.

-- Gene



On Dec 6, 2005, at 3:42 AM, Ken Beath wrote:

 I use TextWrangler http://www.barebones.com as a general editor. It's
 free and fairly powerful. I haven't set up any integration with R,
 but this should be possible if someone wants to do some work, as
 there are possibilities for source colouring, applescripting and
 plugin extensions. I just save the files and then Source File in R.

 Ken

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 Hi R-Mac users:

   I am using R in Mac OS 10.3.8 and I am trying to find an editor
 which is compatible with R in Mac. I recently bumped into Xcode for
 a few times in Mac when I directly opened scripts. Would Xcode be a
 good editor to learn? Are there a lot people use it?

   I don't know what you use to edit your files. Can you recommend?

   Thanks for any information.

   Kevin

  
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Re: [R-SIG-Mac] please recommend an editor (Hai Lin)

2005-12-06 Thread stefano iacus
It would be nice to collect such modules for different mac specific  
editors and distribute them with the R installer.
What do you think SImon?
stefano


On Dec 6, 2005, at 5:56 PM, gene wrote:

 I've written a BBEdit syntax coloring module for R language.  I think
 it might work with the free TextWrangler too.  If anyone wants a
 copy, email me.

 -- Gene



 On Dec 6, 2005, at 3:42 AM, Ken Beath wrote:

 I use TextWrangler http://www.barebones.com as a general editor. It's
 free and fairly powerful. I haven't set up any integration with R,
 but this should be possible if someone wants to do some work, as
 there are possibilities for source colouring, applescripting and
 plugin extensions. I just save the files and then Source File in R.

 Ken

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 Hi R-Mac users:

   I am using R in Mac OS 10.3.8 and I am trying to find an editor
 which is compatible with R in Mac. I recently bumped into Xcode for
 a few times in Mac when I directly opened scripts. Would Xcode be a
 good editor to learn? Are there a lot people use it?

   I don't know what you use to edit your files. Can you recommend?

   Thanks for any information.

   Kevin

 
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Re: [R-SIG-Mac] please recommend an editor (Hai Lin)

2005-12-06 Thread Kasper Daniel Hansen
Well, I guess a first thing would be to place them at the CRAN site  
under other where WinEdt and ESS gets linked to, and the a2ps  
stylesheets are.

Having something in the MacOSX FAQ world make sense as well.

Kasper

On Dec 6, 2005, at 1:12 PM, stefano iacus wrote:

 It would be nice to collect such modules for different mac specific
 editors and distribute them with the R installer.
 What do you think SImon?
 stefano


 On Dec 6, 2005, at 5:56 PM, gene wrote:

 I've written a BBEdit syntax coloring module for R language.  I think
 it might work with the free TextWrangler too.  If anyone wants a
 copy, email me.

 -- Gene



 On Dec 6, 2005, at 3:42 AM, Ken Beath wrote:

 I use TextWrangler http://www.barebones.com as a general editor.  
 It's
 free and fairly powerful. I haven't set up any integration with R,
 but this should be possible if someone wants to do some work, as
 there are possibilities for source colouring, applescripting and
 plugin extensions. I just save the files and then Source File in R.

 Ken

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 Hi R-Mac users:

   I am using R in Mac OS 10.3.8 and I am trying to find an editor
 which is compatible with R in Mac. I recently bumped into Xcode for
 a few times in Mac when I directly opened scripts. Would Xcode be a
 good editor to learn? Are there a lot people use it?

   I don't know what you use to edit your files. Can you recommend?

   Thanks for any information.

   Kevin


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Re: [R-SIG-Mac] please recommend an editor (Hai Lin)

2005-12-06 Thread gene
In light of the massive response I've gotten (at least 5 emails),  
I've put the BBEdit/TextWrangler R language module on my webserver.   
You can access it at http://www.smalltime.com/gene/R.plist

The file goes in ~/Library/Application Support/BBEdit/Language  
Modules/ for BBEdit and in ~/Library/Application Support/ 
TextWrangler/Language Modules/ for TextWrangler (thanks Dan) or the  
corresponding global Library locations.


Philippe, Dan Putler suggested I forward you this information for  
listing on the R-GUI page.


 I've written a BBEdit syntax coloring module for R language.  I  
 think it might work with the free TextWrangler too.  If anyone  
 wants a copy, email me.

 -- Gene

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