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Re: st: RE: Figure out in which do-file an error occurred


From   Nick Cox <njcoxstata@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: RE: Figure out in which do-file an error occurred
Date   Wed, 7 Mar 2012 19:13:55 +0000

You don't need to edit each file. You can change your master file to

forval i = 1/5 {
        di "beginning file `i'"
        do sub-dofile-`i'
}

Nick

On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 7:00 PM, Brendan Halpin <brendan.halpin@ul.ie> wrote:
> A simple but tedious strategy would be to put a line like this
>
> -di "Beginning filename.do"-
>
> at the start of each do-file.
>
> If you run the master file, it will stop at the first error and you can
> backtrack to the most recent "Beginning" statement.
>
> I cope with large projects by using "make", a utility which comes with
> Unix systems. Alternatively, you could use a script file (something.bat
> in Windows, a shell-script file in Unix-like systems). This involves
> using Stata in batch mode. However, since Stata batch jobs tell the
> operating system they have completed successfully even if there has been
> a Stata error, these script files will continue regardless even when
> an error occurs in an earlier do-file. I wrap the call to Stata in a
> script file which searches the log file for errors. I describe the
> system in more detail at
> http://teaching.sociology.ul.ie/bhalpin/wordpress/?p=122
>
> Brendan
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