[Coco] Re: Nitros9 Script question
chazbeenhad at hotmail.com
Sat Oct 2 23:23:36 EDT 2004
Thanks. Yes I know about makegw, i was just leaving that out until I had the
script working. :-)
So, what does the <>>>/1 do exactly?
I tried </1 but that didnt work.
"Robert Gault" <robert.gault at worldnet.att.net> wrote
in message news:415F6CD0.6050105 at worldnet.att.net...
> Charlie wrote:
>> After looking at the nitros9 script mb to make a boot disk, I had the
>> idea maybe I could make a script to start the game rogue with a saved
>> This is what I tried:
>> chx /h0/games/rogue/cmds
>> chd /h0/games/rogue
>> echo Type name of saved game.
>> echo Starting ROGUE with saved game %1
>> ex rogue %1
>> What happens is, the script runs, you can type the name of the saved game
>> (Romar.adv). The script says "Starting ROGUE with saved game Romar.adv"
>> The disk light goes for a little bit and then nothing happens. It sits
>> there and never runs the game. Pressing CNTRL-C gives error 003 and I'm
>> returned to the Shell prompt.
>> Can anyone explain how to fix this script, or what I did wrong?
> Rogue runs best in a graphics screen although it will run on a test
> screen. Here is how I started a game on my hard drive per your request.
> chd /h2/games/rogue; chx /h2/games/rogue/cmds
> echo Type name of saved game.
> echo Starting ROGUE with saved game %1
> rogue %1 <>>>/1
> chd /dd; chx /dd/cmds
> This worked nicely and if you hit ENTER without a saved game, the game
> starts new.
> Here is my makegw script which is kept in the game directory.
> display 1b 24
> display 1b 20 5 0 0 50 18 0 1 1
> display 1b 31 1 0
> display 1b 21 <>/1
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