Re: [Rd] Color coding

From: Byron Ellis <byron.ellis_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2007 10:15:04 -0800

Unfortunately, the problem is the way the R output is set up---there's no portable way (at the moment) to tag output with different attributes.

On Nov 21, 2007 4:11 AM, Gasper Cankar <gasper.cankar_at_ric.si> wrote:
> I'm probably not the first with this idea so I guess that there's a
> complex issue behind it but since I couldn't find an answer I just
> though to ask:
>
> Wouldn't it be nice to have color coded objects as output of ls()
> statement? Functions of one color and rest with other (at least). So
> when I issue an ls() I could visually discern different types of
> objects.
>
> I often find myself opening old files and spending time figuring which
> is which. I know this just means I'm not aoranized, but still...color
> coding would help.
>
> Regards to everyone,
>
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