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Re: st: adoupdate : problem with reported r(pkglist)
On 21/05/07, Zurab Sajaia <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
My program uses other user-written programs and I'm thinking of finding ways
how to check whether those packages are present/up-to-date.
I use -adoupdate- but it seems to return not what's the help file says it
"adoupdate saves in r(pkglist) a space-separated list of package names that
need updating (option update not specified) or that were updated (option
if I write
. adoupdate "somelistofarguments"
r(pkglist) contains the exactly same list of arguments, even if packages
were not found or already up to date.
Have anybody encountered the similar behavior?
I've encountered a slight niggle with -adoupdate, update- that may be
related to Zurab's issue; namely, that it keeps insisting that the
same couple of SSC packages on my list have new versions ready to
download, when in fact they don't: one of them is your very own
-xml_tab-. It does it every time I execute -adoupdate-.
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