From: Bob Wheeler (email@example.com)
Date: Mon 19 Feb 2001 - 14:29:04 EST
Thanks for all the help. It is appreciated.
As you indicated, Rcmd needs the name of a Perl
script on the command line. Windows' users
normally do not keep Perl on their machines. It's
no problem. I have ActiveState Perl on a CD, and
only need to install it.
R for Windows has the required scripts, but
installing Perl is up to the user. Would that they
had told me -- but who can write documentation
that meets all needs, not me certainly.
"M. Edward Borasky" wrote:
> I had ActiveState Perl 6.20 on my machine when I loaded R (now at 1.2.1).
> Does R for Windows carry another version of Perl, or do parts of R (like
> Rcmd) not work if you don't have your own Perl installed?
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