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Re: st: Execution of code out of the Stata Do-File-Editor: File not found


From   Felix Meickmann <me@uni-koeln.de>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Execution of code out of the Stata Do-File-Editor: File not found
Date   Wed, 15 Feb 2012 12:43:23 +0100

Hi Tiago,

thanks for your answer!

The point is, that the . run "/var/folders/n3/389xqy6n53v27tmwphf74qlh0000gn/T//SD06145.000000" command, created by Stata due to hitting the execute-button in the do-file editor of Stata. 
I didn't type anything into the command line, so I can't change anything in that command.
Usually you hit execute and the stuff in the do-file should be run. This - at least I guess it works this way - is done such that Stata loads the code from its own editor into a temp-file and executes it, but I looked up the path and noticed, that the temp-file simply isn't created at all, which should have been done by Stata itself after hitting the execute-button.

Kind regards

Felix


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