Am 20.05.2015 um 16:16 schrieb Allin Cottrell:
On Tue, 19 May 2015, Allin Cottrell wrote:
> On Tue, 19 May 2015, Sven Schreiber wrote:
>> I'm doing a VECM simulation with restricted estimates. Adding the
>> options "--full --silent" after the "end restrict" already
>> of what I want, namely to not produce printed output. However, two or
>> three lines of messages with respect to degrees of freedom of the
>> Jacobian remain. Is this remaining 1% of non-silence intended?
> No, it ought to be conditional on absence of the --silent option.
And it is now in CVS.
Thanks, the remaining messages are indeed gone from the output. What I'm
still seeing on stderr (or what's equivalent to stderr on Windows, I
mean in the command prompt window where I launch gretlcli.exe) is the
message "warning: test df = 0", or actually thousands of them...
The message is correct, the background is that I'm fully fixing beta in
a restricted VECM estimation. (So the warning comes from a restrict -
end restrict block. Admittedly not the most efficient way, since for
known beta the estimation could be done much simpler, but it's very
convenient from a coding point right now.)
I tried "set warnings off", but I think that only relates to stdout not
to stderr and in any case it didn't work. So is it possible to suppress
these warnings? They don't do any harm per se, but are a little annoying.