|Subject:||Re: Re : [Bug-gnubg] Tr : No-gui warnings ?|
|Date:||Wed, 19 Aug 2009 07:58:24 +0000|
I've got a feeling that these warnings were hidden in older versions, probably|
something to do with changes to how messages are shown.
If you save the settings from a command line build you loose all the gui
settings... This area needs a bit of an overhaul I think, the whole needing to
save any setting changes explicitly is very non-standard.
Michael Petch wrote:
> On 18/08/09 8:52 AM, "Massimiliano Maini" wrote:
>> I don't remeber this in the past ...
>> Much in favor of option B here.
> It happens on older ones as far as I can remember (At least in the past
> year). The current version from 0625 that I have installed does the same (I
> just tried it), it throws a number of "unknown keywords" before giving the
> (no game) prompt.
> Option B is my preference. Option B is pretty much the -t option in *nix. I
> am curious if we can build a GUI version on Win32 with a similar -t option.
> I don't have a windows build environment for GnuBG (yet) so I can't easily
> try at the moment.
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