On 1 Feb 2008, at 12:37, Michael Sheets wrote:
On Feb 1, 2008, at 3:23 AM, Hans-Jörg Bibiko wrote:
OK. Please go ahead to test the R stuff.
(BTW next week I won't be able to check my mails)
Is the plan to have three bundles or to figure out if people don't
use the old type and merge two? Always best to combine if possible. :)
If I understood you correctly, you are only talking about the R.bundle.
The normal R.bundle is standard for writing R code and the new one
will replace the old R.bundle.
Both other Console Bundles - by my opinion - are more or less
extensions to the R.bundle.
The question is whether there is a need to have the remote bundle for
Well, by myself, I'm only using the Rdaemon, but I don't know if
there are users who wants to have this R.app Console bundle.
(And of course, I don't know whether Rdaemon could manage ALL R tasks)
In order to avoid to mess up the user's bundle menu I subdivided the
R stuff into three parts. By doing so each user can install that
Console bundle which s/he wants to use.