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Re: st: Re: [Stata 9] Convincing Stata to let me quit the program without confirmation
Thank your for your help, Friedrich. I will give it a try.
Still, I am not giving up the hope, that someone at Statacorp feels
like "Hey, why not giving people like Sebastian the chance to decide
themselve, wether they need the confirmation box when closing the
On 8/27/05, Friedrich Huebler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> It sounds like you would prefer Stata not to create a new instance
> when you run a do-file. You don't describe how you call Stata from
> your editor but maybe the scripts at the site below can help you
> understand how to reactivate an existing instance of Stata.
> The page has AutoIt scripts that can be used to call Stata from an
> external text editor. AutoIt has a function that can check whether
> Stata is already running.
> Friedrich Huebler
> --- Seb Buechte <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I am using Stata with an external editor to write (I dare to say
> > "to program") my dofiles. I have managed to run the dofile from
> > inside this editor by calling the Stata environment. Each time I
> > invoke Stata to run my dofile, Stata will create a new instance.
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- Seb F Buechte
- Stay tuned!
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