[NTG-context] Difficulties using the r module

Johan Sandblom jsandblom at gmail.com
Sat Jul 1 11:08:11 CEST 2006

I can't really think why it wouldn't work then. Perhaps it is to do
with \write18 and the right of TeX to run external programs? Or maybe
R on the mac does not take the same command-line options? In that case
the output of the texexec run should be revealing. R takes more than a
second to start up so there are noticable breaks in the output after
which error messages from R appear. Btw, the reason it does not work
on contextgarden is likely that R is not installed there.

Sorry I could not be of more assistance, Johan

2006/6/30, Matthew Routley <matthew.routley at gmail.com>:
> Johan,
> > It appears R is not found. Is it on the path? Does it have the same
> > name on the Mac?
> Yes, R is in the bath and is found in /usr/bin/R which is a link to
> /Library/Frameworks/R.framework/Resources/bin/R.
> Thanks for your help with this.
> Take care,
> Matt
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