Em 19 de agosto de 2010 Allin Cottrell <cottrell@wfu.edu> escreveu:

On Thu, 19 Aug 2010, Henrique Andrade wrote:

> Open an Ox file (File -> Script files -> New script -> Ox program) it is not
> possible if the name of the extension is written using capital letters.
> Please take a look at the example below:
> Lowercase.ox (Gretl can find the file and can open it)
> Uppercase.OX (Gretl cannot find the file)
> Is this a bug?

I wouldn't say so. You can type a name like "foo.OX" into the
file-open dialog and it'll work.

It works using Windows, but it isn't working on Mac OS/X.
I think the bug is putting
upper-case letters into a filename extension ;-)

I agree, I think one should use lower-case. But sometimes people use upper-case (eg. using the MSVAR package we can find a file named HAMILTON.OX).

Best regards,