Vim-R-plugin: Installation

August 6, 2012
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On Ubuntu 12.04, I took to the following steps to install Vim-R-plugin:

  1. First I had to install timux: sudo apt-get installl tmux
  2. Having already installed vim-pathogen, I used git to clone to install vim-r-plugin and vim-screen plugin, which is also required: cd ~/.vim/bundle
    git clone git://github.com/vim-scripts/Vim-R-plugin
    git clone git://github.com/vim-scripts/Screen-vim---gnu-screentmux
  3. Then I changed my localleader to “,”, by adding: let maplocalleader = ",", to my .vimrc file.
  4. Finally I added the following lines to my .Rprofile:

    if(interactive()){
    library(colorout)
    library(setwidth)
    library(vimcom)
    }

That it, everything works perfectly.

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