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Re: st: Working with pgmhaz8
Nick Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Re: st: Working with pgmhaz8
Tue, 26 Jul 2011 18:01:24 +0100
I can't follow this.
First off, you start with an error report but you don't say what you
typed before that.
Second, you don't explain how you copied the files.
Third, I am looking at SSC where the files have exactly the names I
specified. If your unnamed source has the extra extension .mht, or
your unnamed software somehow added the extension .mht, then, as I
said, you must remove that extra extension.
Fourth, the extension .ado should occur once. You don't explain why
your file is called .ado.ado.
Fifth, I did recommend using the subdirectory p, not as you have done.
On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 4:43 PM, <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Nick,
> Thanks for your help. I did -adopath- and found that the personal directory is c:/ado/personal. Copied the files to this directory. But I got the following error:
> unrecognized command: From
> (error occurred while loading pgmhaz8.ado.ado)
> I don't know if this is the reason but the files name were not as you mentioned. They were named as
> I have renamed the first two as you suggested:
> and placed them at c:\ado\personal. I got the error mentioned above. Do you think the problem has to do with the rename?
> I can open and see the content of the ado files after the rename. So why does it not work?
> Is there any manipulation that I can do to overcome the problem?
> I have seen that these original ado files exist on the web but I can't copy them at the moment.
> Thanks a lot!
> On 26 Jul 2011, at 18:15, Nick Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> -pgmhaz8- is a user-written program from SSC. You will need three files,
>> which you should copy to the p subdirectory of whatever -adopath-
>> identifies as PERSONAL. For example, on the ancient computer I am
>> using at this moment the results of typing -adopath- are
>> . adopath
>>  (UPDATES) "C:\Program Files\Stata10\ado\updates/"
>>  (BASE) "C:\Program Files\Stata10\ado\base/"
>>  (SITE) "C:\Program Files\Stata10\ado\site/"
>>  "."
>>  (PERSONAL) "c:\ado\personal/"
>>  (PLUS) "c:\ado\plus/"
>>  (OLDPLACE) "c:\ado/"
>> so that in your situation I would need to install the -pgmhaz8- files
>> in c:\ado\personal\p.
>> Note that the .mht extension that has stuck to your files like dirt to
>> a shoe should be removed.
>> On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 3:33 PM, <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I have stata 9 and want to work with pgmhaz8. My computer is not connected to the Internet so I can't run the ssc install pgmhaz8 command to install the programme. In order to overcome the problem I have copied two files related to the programme: pgmhaz8_ado.mht and pgmhaz8_||_ado.mht and want to place them in the stata directory so that I can work with pgmhaz. My question is where should I place these files in the stata directory? Or is there any other solution to my problem? I work in an environment where a connection to the Internet is forbidden.
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