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Re: pspp 0.10.1 application bundle for MacOS ElCapitan

From: Alan Mead
Subject: Re: pspp 0.10.1 application bundle for MacOS ElCapitan
Date: Tue, 24 May 2016 22:03:20 -0500
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I'm sorry to hear that your students hit a bug. You can report this by sending an email to the bug mailing list:, or by using the web interface: .

Maybe you could ask one of the students to report it since he/she experienced it first-hand. It would be helpful to know exactly the steps required to produce the bug, whether the bug occurs always or only after some conditions, and the facts about the computers on which it occurs (e.g., the operating system name and version).  Also, if the students could describe exactly what "freeze" means... Does the dialog freeze but they can close it an d proceed? Or the whole program freezes? Or the whole computer freezes? Or ... ?

I thought the bug sounded familiar but in a short search, I cannot find a bug report with "freeze" or "crash" in it...

I recently found a (small) bug in SPSS T-TEST, if that makes you feel any better :)


On 5/24/2016 9:24 PM, Julia Klausli wrote:
Hi again,
I have had several students mention that their program freezes when they run a t-test (when defining the groups). 
Have you had that problem? 
Who would I report that to?

On May 20, 2016, at 7:34 PM, Friedrich Beckmann <address@hidden> wrote:

Hi Julia, Jeremy,

could you try the following install package

This contains a standard application bundle that you
can copy to Applications or Desktop without macports.

I have tried it on MacOS 10.11.5 El Capitan. I have no
Apple Developer ID, so you might follow these instructions
if you can’t open the application:


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