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'''run all examples to make sure we don't get an exception
Note:
If an example contaings plt.show(), then all plot windows have to be closed
manually, at least in my setup.
uncomment plt.show() to show all plot windows
'''
stop_on_error = True
filelist = ['example_glsar.py', 'example_wls.py', 'example_gls.py',
'example_glm.py', 'example_ols_tftest.py', #'example_rpy.py',
'example_ols.py', 'example_rlm.py',
'example_discrete.py', 'example_predict.py',
'example_ols_table.py',
# time series
'tsa/ex_arma2.py','tsa/ex_dates.py']
if __name__ == "__main__":
#temporarily disable show
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
plt_show = plt.show
def noop(*args):
pass
plt.show = noop
cont = raw_input("""Are you sure you want to run all of the examples?
This is done mainly to check that they are up to date.
(y/n) >>> """)
if 'y' in cont.lower():
for run_all_f in filelist:
try:
print "\n\nExecuting example file", run_all_f
print "-----------------------" + "-"*len(run_all_f)
execfile(run_all_f)
except:
#f might be overwritten in the executed file
print "**********************" + "*"*len(run_all_f)
print "ERROR in example file", run_all_f
print "**********************" + "*"*len(run_all_f)
if stop_on_error:
raise
#reenable show after closing windows
plt.close('all')
plt.show = plt_show
plt.show()