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st: question: mata compilation line skip rules

From   László Sándor <>
Subject   st: question: mata compilation line skip rules
Date   Thu, 29 Mar 2012 14:50:42 -0400


I think this will be useful for the larger community too.

One of the biggest hints one gets when Mata does not compile is how
many lines were skipped. (I cannot get myself a line number with -set
matalnum- or -set matadebug-.)

I could not find the documentation on the rules how this is done. How
could I reverse engineer which piece of my code did not compile?

I have an ado file with multiple Mata function definitions at the end,
also cross-referencing to one another.


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