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Re: st: RE: Re: RE: Utility for Changing Directories
Nick Cox wrote
> I have never heard of c.ado. -findit c- just finds too many
> false positives to cast light on this.
For information. I have written c.ado some years ago in order to have a
pocket-calculator with memory function and access to Statas internal results.
I never thougt the programm to be of general interest and therefore not give
it to the SSC-Archive. But I indeed made it accessible to collegues/friends
thru my personal/experimental/not of general interest-ado-download directory
on http://www.sowi.uni-mannheim.de/lesas/ado, were Don Spady might have found
c.ado due to some reason.
When I programmed c.ado there was no other program around which called c.ado.
But as I don't made the name public, Nick Winter used the same name for
another program. Unfortunately I have no idea how to avoid such name
conflicts without either
a) disallow to make experimental stuff accessible on the internet
b) forcing all user to make even experimental stuff accessible via the
Personally I would prefer to live with some name conflicts.
Clearly Nick Winters c.ado is more "official" than my c.ado. I recommend
to copy the calculator STBPLUS/c/c.* to PERSONAL/myc.*. Afterwards uninstall
c.ado and install Nick Winters c.ado via -net install-. I also will change
the name of my c.ado on my site.
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