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st: RE: Solution to -install- problems
If you typed
. ssc copy mypkg
you would indeed get an error. There is no
file -mypkg- on SSC.
. ssc desc mypkg
tells you that there are two files mypkg.ado
and mypkg.hlp in the packages. Thus you
. ssc copy mypkg.ado
. ssc copy mypkg.hlp
Thus you should, as below, type the filename.
That said, it is usually much better to use
-ssc inst-, as you are now able to do.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of
> Clive Nicholas
> > My one positive comment is to point to
> > . ssc copy <filename>
> > as a way of getting stuff into the current
> > directory is -ssc install- is not working.
> > Upstream of this you should naturally -cd-
> > to the appropriate place. That's usually
> > much straightforward than using a browser
> > or some other more or less awkward way of
> > copying.
(e.g., trying to
-ssc copy mypkg- produced an odd error saying that the
package could not
be located at SSC!)
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