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Re: data set opening bug

From: Alan Mead
Subject: Re: data set opening bug
Date: Sun, 7 Feb 2016 11:03:04 -0600
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On 2/7/2016 8:23 AM, John Darrington wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 07, 2016 at 12:50:58PM +0100, ftr wrote:
>      Thank you for the clarification. It did not know these details.
> and are not controlled
> by the PSPP developers.   Those have been set up by Harry Thijssen 
> (who is normally active on this list) as a service to those who find
> it useful.  (Harry, maybe you could consider ftr's suggestions?)
>      So, where do you get a real production version ?

So, unless you can compile PSPP yourself, there is no "official" PSPP

And, oh, BTW, no one knows how to compile PSPP on Windows -- because of
dependencies like GSL, and because of differences in the GNU-based build
system used by PSPP versus something like MS Visual Studio, it would
take more than the usual wizardry to do so. Harry cross-compiles Windows
binaries from Linux.

ftr: About your other problems, I'm running 0.9.0-g3a3d58 and I have no
such issues (no long install, no long wait for frequencies output).  So
I suggest that you uninstall the snapshot that you are using and try
0.9.0-g3a3d58. If you continue to have the same difficulties, it's
probably something about your computer. If not, it's probably something
about that release that you can submit as a bug.



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