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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Can I fully avoid gnubg.command output?

From: Øystein Johansen
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Can I fully avoid gnubg.command output?
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 18:04:21 +0100

> But if I execute gnubg.command('new session') and I already
> have a session started then gnubg will ask me if I am sure I
> want to end the current session. Is there any way I can avoid that?

This command:
set confirm new off

> I would also like to avoid the drawing of the board whenever
> I execute gnubg.command('move xxx') or gnubg.command('roll').
> Essentially turning verbose off. 

I just tried this:
set display off

It helps a bit, but it still shows the board when it is the players move.

> Suggestion: Perhaps console-output from gnubg.command could
> be returned in a string?

Good suggestion, but not really simple to implement, I believe. (since all 
output comes from C functions)


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