path – putting in R instruments for macOS

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I had some hassle with putting in R packages that I sorted out utilizing commandline R as an alternative of RStudio. All of this began after the replace to Ventura or the newest Xcode replace. Undecided, which was the precise motive, however RStudio doesn’t acknowledge fundamental shell instructions like rm since then.

Nonetheless, whereas on problem-solving I put in the instruments talked about right here. Putting in xcode command line instruments was fairly simple regardless that, I’m fairly positive, I had these put in earlier than already. Putting in Fortran was okay, however I’ve some questions on this. (i) Since that is solely a tarball that overwrites present information, is there any approach to undo this? (ii) (is perhaps a reproduction to this) $PATH must be prolonged by :/usr/native/gfortran/bin. including export PATH=$PATH:/usr/native/gfortran/bin to .zshrc solely impacts commandline R, however not RStudio. What can I do about this?

Thanks for all of your assist :).

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