On Tue, 31 Jul 2018, Alecos Papadopoulos wrote:
Allin, thanks for the immediate response,
and it's good to know that you can make Gretl by-pass the laws of physics!
A simple matter of harnessing the Hawking radiation ;-)
> On Sat, 28 Jul 2018, Alecos Papadopoulos wrote:
>> I noticed the following: if I restrict the range of a sample using a
>> dummy variable, then in the "show status" command it shows which
>> criteria are used to restrict the sample.
>> Suppose now that I save and close the session with the restriction in
>> place. Then if I re-open it, the restriction remains, but the "show
>> status" command no longer shows the criteria that restrict the sample.
>> Would it be possible to salvage this information through the
>> close-and-reopen-session situation?? (this sounds like "can we salvage
>> information when passing through a black hole"?)
> OK, that's feasible. The sample-restriction string is now saved on
> saving a session file -- that's in git, snapshots will follow.