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RE: st: RE: upgrading to v10: do-file won't load


From   "Nick Cox" <n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   RE: st: RE: upgrading to v10: do-file won't load
Date   Tue, 4 Nov 2008 19:39:12 -0000

Does it define a program? i.e. are there lines embedded within that go 

program <whatever> 

...

end 

or 

program define <whatever>

...

end 

??? 

Nick 

Michael McCulloch

Thanks Sergiy. Stata says nothing; the problem, specifically is that 
when I attempt to open the do-file, v10 Stata (fully updated) crashes 
(stops running, freezes, won't respond...) There are 3466 lines, so 
perhaps even approaching the limit of 3500 lines which you cite is 
the problem?

>So what is the problem then? Cut-and-paste into an open do file (which
>you say works), then remove extra parts and save from Stata.
>do files are text files, there is no such thing as "v10 do-file".
>
>If your .do-file defines a program - mind the limit of 3500 lines,
>135600 characters in a program.
>What exactly does not work:
>    do file.do
>    run file.do
>    doedit file.do
>    view file.do
>??????????
>
>It worked with Stata 9.2. Does it work now with Stata 9.2? What does 
>Stata say?
>
>Sergiy
>
>
>On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 2:16 PM, Michael McCulloch <mm@pinest.org>
wrote:
>>  Thanks Nick, yes it did work with 9.2. The code can also run if I
>>  cut-and-paste into an open v10 do-file. The problem is that I simply
can't
>>  open the do-file from within v10.
>>
>>>  I take it you mean that the _length_ of the do file is the problem.
I
>>>  very much doubt it. Did it work with your previous version? I
suggest
>>>  working with increasing subsets of the file, or keeping a trace or
log
>>>  if possible.
>>>
>>>  Nick
>>>  n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk.
>>>
>>>  Michael McCulloch
>>>
>>>  I've just upgraded to v10, and a do-file won't load, causing
>>>  Stata to crash. There are ~3,000 lines of code in the do-file;
could
>>>  that be the problem?

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