From: Uwe Ligges <ligges_at_statistik.uni-dortmund.de>

Date: Wed 11 May 2005 - 18:09:07 EST

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Date: Wed 11 May 2005 - 18:09:07 EST

> Hello,

*>
**> I'm trying to insert R source code (functions) in an appendix of a latex
**> document. I guess the easiest way to do so is to use the package Sweaved
**> (file : Sweaved.sty) provided with the latest R version. Latex succeeds
**> in loading the package, but my problem comes from the use of this very
**> package. I tried to use the 'Schunk' environment, but '#' characters
**> generate error (my R functions are annotated, and I want to keep those
**> annotations). Under the 'Sinput' environment, no error is generated but
**> the result is simply not different from what would be obtained under
**> 'verbatim' environment : R code lines are cut as they don't fit in the
**> page width.
**>
**> I tried to find answers in the latest Sweaved User Manual,
**> unsuccessfully. I'm a recent latex user and I doubt I can quickly find a
**> solution by myself.
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I think we are talking about "Sweave" in package "utils"? If so, you will find that you have to re-read the manual, because you don't need to specify 'Schunk'/'Sinput' yourself: Sweave does it for you. Just write the code in code chunks such as

<<>>=

code

# comment

@

LaTeX code

and apply Sweave on your noweb document, the resulting LaTeX document has appropriate environments.

Uwe Ligges

*> Thanks,
**> Thibaut Jombart
**>
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