Installing gretl from the CVS on Kubuntu Linux,
I am obtaining an error in the "make install" step:
dialogs.c: In function ‘set_bs_replics’:
dialogs.c:713: error: ‘errno’ undeclared (first use in this function)
dialogs.c:713: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
dialogs.c:713: error: for each function it appears in.)
make: *** [dialogs.o] Error 1
make: se sale del directorio `/home/etpdihei/gretlcomp/gretl/gui2'
make: *** [gui2] Error 2
Dpto. de Economía Aplicada III (Econometría y Estadística)
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I have found some untranslated strings (not in POT file).
"gretl: frequency plot setup" in file gui2/library.c
"You are running gretl 1.6.2.
This is the current version." in Linux dialog for update query.
"There are no new files on the server right now" in Windows for update
Thank you Allin and Jack for Gretl.
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I attempted to repackage my py4gretl stuff with a fresh cvs build (I
like the redesigned package manager BTW), but got an error claiming
mismatch between the public interface function name and the package
filename. But I never changed anything manually, the mismatch is
entirely due to the (automatically inserted) version number. So it would
be nice if that could be corrected before 1.6.2. And BTW the error
message did not show up in the po-file I think and should thus be added.
Also today I updated de.po in response to your call to translators.
And one trivial thing finally: '(int' is colored differently from ' int'
in a command script, looks like a slight parsing glitch.
yet again some minor stuff I noticed:
In Sample-> set sample (translated back from German) the selectors are
too narrow so that it's difficult to see the date.
"Equation" in test output (autocorrelation in Vecm) appears non-translated.
In Var/Vec seasonal dummies seem to be auto-activated (with quarterly
data) and have to be deselected again and again. Could the previous
settings be remembered?
once more I have a little feature request:
In the function package editor it would be nice IMO if for an existing
package the "save" button were accompanied by a "save as" button.
Scenario (I have just been facing it ;-) :
You change something in the code, or bump the version number, or
whatever, and want to save the changed package under a different name
(in my case, including the changed version number). This doesn't seem
Apart from that, I'm planning to publish/upload the py4gretl
cointegration packages soon. My naive plan is to just tick the "upload
when saving" - option and see what happens. Anything I should do before
thanks a lot for the new gretl version!
One small thing I hadn't noticed before though:
When I execute one of my py4gretl function packages which internally
create a couple of matrices, the internal matrices are added as icons to
the session window, if the session window is open during function execution.
However, they can't be opened and are gone after closing (and
re-opening) the session window.