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RE: st: Why was -index()- dropped?

From   "Nick Cox" <[email protected]>
To   <[email protected]>
Subject   RE: st: Why was -index()- dropped?
Date   Thu, 24 Jan 2008 21:31:04 -0000


The version now on SSC is a rather old one. Perhaps it should be deleted
so that -findit- points only to the SJ files. 

[email protected] 

Fred Wolfe

It's kind of my fault for not knowing this, but -ssc install concord,
replace- doesn't find a new version. But if you know there is one (as
I now do) you can get it through -findit-..

. which concord, all

*! 3.0.3  6oct2004  TJS & NJC rewrite for Stata 8

. . ssc install concord, replace
checking concord consistency and verifying not already installed...
all files already exist and are up to date.

// get it through findit-
. which concord, all

*! 3.0.7  9aug2007  TJS & NJC fixed Stata 10 bug by adding missing

On 1/24/08, Nick Cox <[email protected]> wrote:
> This has been fixed for some time, as was promised. The update was in
> Stata Journal 7(3) 2007.
> Note that, as mentioned by Fred, the fault here was not with
> It was the authors' [let's say: mine] in not including a -version-
> statement. That was certainly accidental, not deliberate.
> Nick
> [email protected]
> Fred Wolfe
> I was burned using -concord- which has version control in subprograms,
> but doesn't have it in the main programs. It perhaps needs a two word
> revision.

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