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RE: [Bug-gnubg] running commands at startup

From: Ian Shaw
Subject: RE: [Bug-gnubg] running commands at startup
Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2006 16:48:52 -0000

Jim Segrave [mailto:address@hidden 

> > 
> > The no gui version supports piping in a filename as a 
> command file to 
> > be loaded. Why doesn't the gui version?
> It does, but when it reaches the end of the comand file, it 
> exits. I just tested loading an .sgf file, showing the 
> statistics dialog, then clearing the analysis and exporting 
> the match as a .mat file:
> address@hidden:/home/jes$ t /tmp/gcmd 
> load mat   /tmp/1190329.sgf
> sh statist mat
> clear analysis mat
> export mat mat /tmp/fred.mat
> This ran, showed the statistics, when closed, it saved the 
> .mat file, then exited.

Hmm. Mine simply starts and sits at the initial position (all chequers
in the bearoff tray).

-- Ian

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