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Re: st: rundo and runlines
I know, I hate Emacs, but I am using it with ESS. ESS stopped working
with Stata graphics since version 7, if I remember correctly. I posted
to this list as a wish for future version of Stata to make it CLI
version able to display graphics as in old versions, but it did not
happen in version 9. That's why I think we need something other than
ESS on Linux in order to get the full power of Stata.
On 8/15/05, Neil Shephard <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I tried Friedrich Huebler's macro "rundo.au3" and "runlines.au3" with
> > my favorite UltraEdit today. They are really nice, many thanks to
> > Friedrich Huebler!
> > Is it possible to setup similar settings on Linux, say with Kate or
> > Nedit? I know there is no Linux version of AutoIt, but Linux has very
> > powerful shell language (not mentioning Perl, Python, etc.). Anyway, I
> > just want to raise this question and hopefully somebody with Linux
> > programming skills will begin to think about this.
> This sort of functionality is already available under GNU/Linux systems using Emacs
> and ESS (in fact it works on any platform as Emacs and ESS are platform independent.
> See the relevant section of the text editor FAQ at...
> Note the drawback of trying to use the ESS with graphics though.
> Neil Shephard
> Genetics Statistician
> ARC Epidemiology Unit, University of Manchester
> "If your result needs a statistician then you should design a better experiment" -
> Ernest Rutherford
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