rgedit 0.7.0.5 released

One year after the first release of rgedit, v0.7.0.5 is released.
Pressing <Ctrl>K in the R console copies the last executed line to the clipboard, while <Ctrl><Shift>K also pastes this into the current gedit tab at the cursor's position (thanks to Alexandre Cesari for the suggestion).
For this to work you must have xclip (http://sourceforge.net/projects/xclip/) or Xsel (http://www.vergenet.net/~conrad/software/xsel/) on you *nix machine [pbcopy (http://developer.apple.com/mac/library/documentation/Darwin/Reference/ManPages/man1/pbcopy.1.html) for MacOS X].
Also, please note that the call to the internal helper .rgedit.lastline2clipboard() function, even if displayed in the R console, is not saved in the command history.
It is possible now to use <Ctrl>C in the R console to copy the selection to clipboard (options in the "Edit keyboard shortcuts" dialog, disabled by default; in this case you can define ESC or <Ctrl>Q to replace it for computation breaking).
Now, there is a new file in /RCtrl/messages_and_warnings.txt which contains the most notable changes and warning and, by default, these are displayed in the R console upon start (this can be changed using the settings dialog).

Posted by Dan Dediu 2010-08-20