Re: [R] ESS (emacs speaks statistics) saving history

From: RICHARD M. HEIBERGER <rmh_at_temple.edu>
Date: Wed, 02 Jun 2010 14:48:12 -0400

I think you are asking for M-x ess-transcript-clean-buffer

Save your output file in a file named something.rt which will open in ess-transcript-mode. It opens read-only and you will need to C-x C-q to make it writable. Then run

M-x ess-transcript-clean-buffer

On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 2:35 PM, Murat Tasan <mmuurr_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> hi folks, i use ESS mode in emacs often to interact with R, and while
> i know how to save a session transcript, i'm wondering how to save
> just the history of the commands (i.e. identically to how R gives the
> history save option from its native CLI).
>
> if you use ESS with an R process, commands entered from a separate
> buffer and sent to the process do not get registered with the R
> history, and are thus not apparent when trying to save the history.
> and saving the full transcript can be tedious, as i don't need the
> output directly, but would like for others to be able to scroll
> through my series of commands.
>
> anyone else use ESS and have this problem, and maybe have a work-
> around?
>
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