On Sat, 24 May 2008, Stefano Balietti wrote:
Some considerations about this new feature after a little using.
- Sometimes, when executing (non-interactively) an R script which
contains syntax errors Gretl crashes after informing the user about
Oops, the verbose message from R was overflowing our error-message
buffer. Fixed in CVS.
- Besides, Gretl does not keep trace of the opened R script, like it
does for normal *.inp files in the recent opened files list. I think
they are supposed to be listed there as well, maybe underlined with a
different color or font.
That could perhaps be added. It would require a fair number of
- Strangely, Gretl does not support the opening of an R script by
simply dragging and dropping the file within the program window. I
have to open it through the graphical menu.
Well, there's nothing very "strange" about that, it doesn't happen
by magic ;-) However, that's now coded in.
- Last, when I have an R script window opened and I open somehow a
dataset, the R script window is automatically closed. That is pretty
OK, fixed in CVS.