First, thank you Sven for uploading this function.
For some data I get the following message which I can't interpret
Date strings inconsistent
error in new starting obs
error in function BreitungCandelonTest
> smpl 1 numoffreqs
Error executing script: halting
> matrix BC1 =
What's the problem here?
I tried to upload a new function package to the server but got an error
about parsing some file. I have no idea what causes this. The package
executes fine locally. I do have a login password for the package server
(I think, maybe it's not valid anymore?).
I'm attaching the package because it's very small.
Version: 1.8.5cvs on windows.
Hi. When you press ctrl+a (common for select all in other programs) gretl
begins reading out loud (tts) the window contents. The problem is that you
can't continue using gretl until it stops (trying to interact with the
window makes it crash), and I can't find the keyboard shortcut to make it
stop. I'd be great to have those keyboard shortcuts listed or allow to
disable text to speech altogether.
I just noticed (don't know when this behavior started) that gretl
doesn't remember my workdir setting after a restart in a sequence like this:
* set workdir (via GUI/dialog)
* quit gretl
* start gretl
* workdir is again at default (~/gretl)
This happens with latest cvs on Ubuntu 9.10. Don't know if it's a bug or
some configuration problems on my system.
Anybody else see this?
Version: 1.8.5 on windows 7.
Bug(?): Open a gretl console window and type something. Press shift+home,
cursor goes to the beginning of the line. From the start of the line press
shift+end: the whole line is selected. Ctrl+shift+arrows work as intended.
I'm trying (for a shiny new function package) to add a graph to the icon view/window within a function context.
Example (with denmark.gdt):
function void myfunc(list mylist)
testgraph <- gnuplot mylist
list mylist = LRM LRY
But this isn't working, it's only saving the gnuplot commands to a .plt file, as if the "testgraph <-" part weren't there.
I understand that the inner scope of a function isn't supposed to affect the outer scope; however, I think the functionality would be useful. But I admit it's probably difficult to get this right conceptually, or isn't it?
Dear Gretl Team,
Please, could you explain me what "non-zero ties" (line 5925) means?
Henrique C. de Andrade
Doutorando em Economia Aplicada
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
it seems to me that the changed function style is not mentioned in the changelog, only some later fixes in relation to the change are in there.
Also I was wondering whether this was backwards-incompatible or not -- my vague memory tells me that the old style continues to be supported but is deprecated, right?