"Uff" (expression of exhaustion...), I think I've just found the subtle
cause of a remaining bug in my py4gretl functions, leading to temp files
not being deleted on windows.
The following python call (shell command) fails:
! python -c 'import os; os.remove("testhome.txt")'
while swapping the single/double quotes works:
! python -c "import os; os.remove('testhome.txt')"
I guess this is actually a windows shell thing (because the functions
worked ok on Linux IIRC), does anybody know something about that stuff?
Or does gretl parsing play a role, too?