Andreas Noack Jensen
Økonomisk Institut andreas.noack.jensen(a)econ.ku.dk
Københavns Universitet http://www.econ.ku.dk/phdstudent/noack/
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1353 København K
Den 06/12/2011 kl. 23.05 skrev Allin Cottrell:
On Tue, 6 Dec 2011, Andreas Noack Jensen wrote:
> I think there might be a problem with the silent flag to restrict in VECM
> open denmark
> vecm 2 1 LRM LRY --crt --silent
> restrict --silent
> b = 0
> end restrict
> is not so silent.
True enough; we'll fix that.
> Jack suggested that I tried something like
> outfile null --write
> ... do stuff ...
> outfile null --close
> when I do not want to listen to Gretl, but I get a syntax
> error. I have not found any docs on hansl so I am a bit
Oh dear, the term "hansl" may be confusing some people. It's
just the name by which gretl's scripting language is now
known. So -- while there's still no explicit guide to hansl
scripting as such, something we hope to remedy before too long
-- the entirety of the gretl Command Reference is about hansl
(i.e. the commands and functions you can use in scripting,
their syntax and semantics), and in fact a good proportion of
the gretl User's Guide is also about hanse.
I guess that was my cue to go to bed. For some reason I just thought "hansl" was
a different language that was not documented yet. Thank you for spelling it out.
The case in point is that the command reference spells out how
"outfile" works. The syntax error is just that "null" is not
acceptable with the --close option to outfile; that option
just terminates the redirection of output so it doesn;t take a
filename, or even a pseudo-filename.
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