On 2011-04-21 14:35, Marius Hofert wrote:
Now when I executed the command, a lot of weird things
First a caveat. I know nothing about R. I'd never even heard of it
before your question. I only installed the bundle briefly to see what it
was doing, then deleted it. So I can't help you with the specifics there.
But, there were a couple things wrong with what I sent. Serves me right
for not posting exactly what I tested... First, I had spaces around the
equals sign in the assignment, which is a no-no in shell syntax.
Second, at least in my test script, I had failed to quote the the
$rawText variable in the echo command, which ended up stripping the
newlines. Here's my full test script cut'n'pasted straight from the
bundle editor, and a screen shot of the output.
echo "<pre>" "$rawText" "</pre>" | cat
The "<pre>" wrapper is to get the newlines to show up in the HTML output
window; you'll want to eliminate that. The '| cat' here is a
placeholder for the 'osascript' command the R bundle script is calling.
You'll need to keep the echo command as it is in the bundle (perhaps
adding quotes around "$rawText" if they're not already there.) In the
screen shot the cursor is in the middle of the word "dolore" on line
11. I added some punctuation to the text to make sure that special
characters came through okay. The HTML output window shows what would be
passed on to the command in the R bundle if I still had that installed.
I hope it works for you this time around!
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