Unfortunately, emacs couldn't get working in Windows. It kept crashing when trying to run R in it. Not sure what was up I had to switch to RStudio, another open source program (it has vim keybindings, but I don't use them). Anyway, it's painful, it's like punching yourself in the groin, comparatively. They force you to have 4 panes (which is fine), but I don't see why I can't have, like, two source panes, one console pane, and one "whatever else" pane. What I would typically do in emacs is have one full length for the TeX, and on the other side of the screen one for the R script the TeX calls, one for the console. However, they only let you have one (tabbed) source pane. So I just think about punching their developers in the groin.
However, there is one advantage: RStudio in Windows "Just Works", unlike emacs or Linux.
The current suggestion is that my Lunix problem is some sort of kernel update nonsense. Anyway, this suggests to me that Linux is not ready for the hard drive, much less the desktop.
I blame Obamacare.
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