Re: [R] Tinn-R not working well with latest R

From: John C Frain <frainj_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 20:52:48 +0000

Corinna

Thanks for the suggestion. I can not duplicate the error myself. I generally have a code segment open in Tinn-R and have sent it to R and wish to rerun it with some changes but when I try to make the changes they are transferred to the line above one character per line. This has happened about 5/6 times since Christmas. The code segments were different. I can think of no common factor that might have caused the problem. Closing tinn-r and R and restarting always cured the problem which then did not occur again for several days and in different circumstances. I have not looked for help because I have been unable to replicate the problem.

John Frain

On 11/02/2008, Schmitt, Corinna <Corinna.Schmitt_at_igb.fraunhofer.de> wrote:
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>
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> Hallo,
>
> I had the same problems before. I think the best solution is that you just
> copy the needed codepart out of Tinn-R with Ctr+C. Then open R directly from
> your desktop NOT from Tinn-R. Than paste in the command. you can still make
> changes in the command when you have not pressed enter by using the arrow
> buttons of the keyboard. put the curse where you want in the command line
> and change it.
>
> Hope that is what you want. I cannot imitate your example.
>
> Corinna
>
>
>

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