On Wed, 10 Apr 2013, Henrique Andrade wrote:
What do you think about naming the new window with the words
instead of "example"? In fact, in my interpretation, when we open a new
window that is independent from the others, we're starting a new
I'm afraid that suggestion has its own problems, since
according to gretl terminology you start a new "session"
whenever you open a new datafile in a running instance of
gretl. (Saved models are discarded, the command log is
re-started, and so on). So the phrase "new session" doesn't
really pick out the specific case of starting a new instance
of gretl. I suppose the word "copy" (as in "new copy of
gretl") could be used instead of "instance", if people think
that's any better.
Allin, is it too much difficult implement the use of capital letters
(A,B,C,...) instead of the PID?
Yes. It is subject to the same problem as trying to call them
1,2,3,... I explained the problem in
It would be quite possible to get two instances of gretl with
the same title -- unless we resort to overly complex and