[TxMt] Using TextMate with R
myotisone at gmail.com
Sat Jan 26 19:44:28 UTC 2008
Thanks, for this I did see mention of this in other posts, but my problem is
that I cannot work out how to get/install the R bundle.
On 26/01/2008, Hans-Jörg Bibiko <bibiko at eva.mpg.de> wrote:
> Hi Graham,
> On 26.01.2008, at 16:08, Graham Smith wrote:
> > I am trialling TextMate with a view to using it with R, but I am
> > slightly confused as to how I get it to work with R, and indeed the
> > funcionality with R.
> > I had niaively assumed that I would be able to just download an R
> > bundle and install it (like ESS with Emacs), but R isn't listed as
> > a bundle in TextMate.
> > Further investigation led me to coming across discusion about
> > Subversion repository where I did find mention of what might be the
> > R bundle. This led me onto apparantly needing to download
> > subversion software and I began to feel I had maybe gone astray,
> > as it started to seem very complicated. There is also mention of
> > other R options in this mailing list.
> > All told I'm afraid I need led by the hand a bit to help me sort
> > this out as to what I might need to do to get TexMate and R workng
> > together.
> The entire R bundle and the Rdaemon bundle (a R console inside of TM)
> are just rewritten.
> I hope to post them by beginning of next week for testing.
> Of course, thitherto you can use the present R bundle to write R
> scripts, running them by using R.app remotely, or running them in a
> self-sufficient environment of the command-line version of R.
> For new threads USE THIS: textmate at lists.macromates.com
> (threading gets destroyed and the universe will collapse if you don't)
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