From: Johannes SCHNITZLER (email@example.com)
Date: Fri 07 May 2004 - 21:56:57 EST
Thank you very much, the first problem is solved.
It was a corrupted file. After downloading a new version rterm works!
The second question:
I was trying to set the working directory while I'm calling a script
with Rterm.exe from the command line.
c:\Program Files\R\rw1090\bin\rterm.exe --vanilla "workingdir=c:/data/"
<test.r --args "Arg1" "Arg2"
From: Jason Turner [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 07 May 2004 12:15
To: Johannes SCHNITZLER
Subject: Re: [R] Rterm
> With R1090
> C:\Program Files\R\rw1090\bin\rterm.exe --vanilla <test.r --args
> There is the error message: Rterm.exe is not a valid Win32 application
> I tried on Windows 2000 and XP
> I couldn't find out what to change.
Weird. Did you install in C:\Program Files\R\rw1090\? On my XP
it did, and rterm is valid. The above works from a command prompt,
provided I wrap the executable path and name in quotes. Failing that,
it a corrupt binary install?
Here's the md5 of my (working) R-1.9.0, downloaded from CRAN (NOT the
patched version, and not built by me)
C:\Program Files\R\rw1090\bin> md5sum.exe Rterm.exe
> I would like to set the working directory as well, in the same
> when calling an r script with rterm.exe from the command line.
> Is there a way to do this?
Inside R: setwd("your/path/here") With the usual warning about using
slashes, or "\\" slashes (doubled). I just stick with "/".
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