[R] Rcmd? Where?

ripley@stats.ox.ac.uk ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Thu Nov 7 22:43:48 CET 2002

It is included.  You didn't ask to install it, see the rw-FAQ Q2.9 (for
the current version 1.6.1).

On Thu, 7 Nov 2002, Richard Müller wrote:

> I got R 1.6.0 for windows and I need Rcmd, which was not included. Where can I
> get it? (I have to start R and give the name of the file with the R-commands
> on the command line, so that R is invoked together with its command-file
> "todo.R". Do I really need Rcmd for that? To write "Rterm todo.R" did not
> work.)

See the rw-FAQ Q2.9 (for the current version).

Just in case you haven't got the message, please do read the rw-FAQ!

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