Sorry, this one slipped my mind.
On Tue, 16 Jan 2007, Sven Schreiber wrote:
1. start gretl
2. open an arbitrary dataset
3. run a script with the following function:
(note the syntax error)
Hmm, it's not a syntax error. It's a semantic error (no variable
'hu' in scope). Unfortunately it's going to be difficult for
gretl to tell, in general, when a given error in function
execution is an indication of plain brokenness in the function (as
here), or is an error only in the context of the parameter values
and/or other conditionality.
4. package the function
5. execute the newly created function package => error (on the command
line it says "exiting on expr() error")
6. try to make a new function package...
... and you should see two 'example' entries in the function list.
Yes, I do, and that's bad. I'll do some digging.