R magic is not using cache variable

Issue #543 resolved
Laurent Gautier created an issue

One of the consequences of is reported as a question on Stackoverflow: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/55986202/how-to-get-interactive-r-output-in-jupyter-ipython-rpy2-e-g-for-a-progress

The magic is using a custom callback and that is not using the attribute cache_display_data (custom callback here https://bitbucket.org/rpy2/rpy2/src/c1de77fe2e8438d0c8cc361277d5af7be313282f/rpy/ipython/rmagic.py#lines-267).

On a related note, I am not sure about what would be the use for that cache

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  1. Laurent Gautier reporter

    One of the consequences of is reported as a question on Stackoverflow: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/55986202/how-to-get-interactive-r-output-in-jupyter-ipython-rpy2-e-g-for-a-progress

    The magic is using a custom callback and that is not using the attribute cache_display_data (custom callback here https://bitbucket.org/rpy2/rpy2/src/c1de77fe2e8438d0c8cc361277d5af7be313282f/rpy/ipython/rmagic.py#lines-267).

    On a related note, I am not sure about what would be the use for that cache

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