[Gretl-users] Named lists in nested functions

Allin Cottrell cottrell at wfu.edu
Thu Apr 23 10:43:53 EDT 2009

On Wed, 22 Apr 2009, Allin Cottrell wrote:

> On Wed, 22 Apr 2009, Marcin BÅ^Bażejowski wrote:
> > suppose we have two functions: Foo and foo.
> > We pass a named list to function Foo, which body contains line with call
> > of function foo and foo takes as an argument series not list, for which
> > computes simple ols (example code below). Where is the problem? Function
> > foo doesn't even run ols, so no accesors are available and we get error.
> The second function was not reporting the OLS results because it
> was bracketed by the fact that estimation occurred within a loop,
> and models are treated specially within loops.
> However, this was not correct in context since the loop in
> question was at a different level of function execution from the
> ols command.  I think this is now handled correctly in CVS; your
> script now runs OK here.  But I'm not certain that I have this
> totally right, so please post again if you find anomalies in this
> sort of context.

Sorry, it seems I managed to break my patch before I applied it
to CVS last night.  I believe this should be fixed correctly
now (and in the Windows snapshot too).


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