Re: [R] Running scripts automatically from Rgui (Windows)

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From: Prof Brian Ripley (ripley@stats.ox.ac.uk)
Date: Sun 23 May 2004 - 17:23:19 EST


Message-id: <Pine.LNX.4.44.0405230819210.5466-100000@gannet.stats>

Please do read the NEWS file for R 1.9.0, which not only tells you this
will happen but also tells you how to do this properly.

On Sun, 23 May 2004, Thon de Boer wrote:

> I am trying to get a script to start automatically
> when I run the GUI version of R version 1.9.0, started
> from a .bat file (WINDOWS), but I'm getting strange
> errors
>
> In version 1.8.1 I was able to run a script
> automatically by copying the script into the file
> .Rprofile and running Rgui from a .bat script, but in
> version 1.9.0 I'm getting errors like:
>
> Error in inherits(x, "factor") : couldn't find
> function "winMenuNames"
> In addition: Warning message:
> In the method signature for function "contents", class
> "environment" has no current definition in:
> matchSignature(signature, fdef, where)
> Error in library(Biobase) : .First.lib failed
>
> Does anyone know if anything changed in version 1.9.0
> that could explain these errors?

There is a NEWS file, and this was also in the announcement of 1.9.0. Also
so discussion on R-help at about the time of release. How did you manage
to miss them?

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