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Re: data set opening bug

From: news
Subject: Re: data set opening bug
Date: Sun, 7 Feb 2016 22:40:53 +0100
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On 07/02/2016 18:03, Alan Mead wrote:
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.


Thanks for all your help.

I now uninstall 0.9.0-g3a3d58 to install the previous 0.9.0-g3a3d58 version in a proper way and it seems I get into similar trouble when uninstalling. Using Revo Uninstaller I see that the pssp uninstaller searches in non-pspp program folders such as
c:\Program files (x86)\{user name}\Toshiba wireless manager\ or
c:\Program files (x86)\{user name}\Xmind\
which sounds weird to me.

I'll let the pc run all the night to see what happens.

BTW, the is also a snapshot file.

- ftr

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