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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 13:07:07 -0000

From:  Christian Anthon Sent: 15 November 2006 11:08
> this post is (I suppose) from Jon in the gammonline forum 
> about how to run a default command script at startup:
> Re: Default gnubg settings
> Posted By: Jon
> Date: Wednesday, 15 November 2006, at 1:10 a.m.
> In Response To: Re: Default gnubg settings (Chase)
> 2) Yes - put any commands you like in a file called .gnubgrc 
> in the same place as the .gnubgautorc settings file and it 
> should work...
> However that doesn't quite work as the gtk interface is not 
> finished when the script is loaded. For example, put the 
> following in .gnubgrc
> new session
> and gnubg starts as expected when the user gets the first 
> roll, but segfaults after a bunch of warnings when gnubg wins 
> the initial roll.
> Perhaps we could move the loading of the script til just 
> before gtk_main(), but I'm not sure if this has implications 
> for other things you could do with .gnubgrc.

The no gui version supports piping in a filename as a command file to be
loaded. Why doesn't the gui version?

-- Ian

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