El mié., 26 ago. 2020 a las 5:37, Sven Schreiber (<svetosch(a)gmx.net>)
here's a little service announcement: After years of being oficially
deprecated, you cannot use the single equality sign "=" anymore to do a
boolean check (in git and future released versions). You must use the
double equality operator "==".
Gretl has printed out deprecation warnings for a long time, so you
should have noticed if you are affected.
The assignment operator "=" is of course NOT affected by this, it will
stay in this natural form, for example as in:
series x = normal()
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