Nocheto Client command line options

This page describes nochetoclient command line options.

Help

Use --help to show command line options help.

$ nochetoclient --help

Nocheto Client 0.21, Author: Petr BĂ­lek (nocheto.sallyx.org)
USAGE: nochetoclient [-h|--help] [-d|--debug] [-c|--config <file.ini>] [-b|--board <boardtype>] [-p|--port <port>] [-i|--host <host>] [-m|--mode <mode>]

        file.ini    - Read configuration from this file (after reading nocheto.ini and client.ini)
        boardtype   - Board GUI (iso, utf8, ascii, compressed)
                      (default utf8)
        port        - port number where to connect to server
                      (default 8001)
        host        - ip address where to connect to server
                      (default 127.0.0.1)
        mode        - board or analyze
                      (default board)

Debug

Use --debug to debug nochetoclient. This is mainly for developing purposes, you probably wouldn't need to use this.

Config

Use --config filename.ini to read configuration file.

Nochetoclient always read ~/.nocheto/configs/nocheto.ini and ~/.nocheto/configs/client.ini files first and then the file required by --config option. So you can use this to create ini configuration with different configuration for different client usage.

The filename can be absolute path (i.e. ~/.nocheto/configs/tweak.ini) or just a basename (i.e. tweak.ini) in which case the full path is assembled from this basename and ~/.nocheto/configs/.

Board type

Use --board boardtype to select the desired view. Available boards are: iso, utf8 (the default), ascii and compressed. See board type in nocheto.

Port

Use --port PORT number to select port on which clients looks for nocheto. Port number can by any number between 1024 and 65535, but it must be the same you used with ipv4 command in nocheto.

Host

Use --host IP address to connect to nocheto on a different computer.

Make shure there is no firewall blocking your connection.

Mode

Use --mode mode to select one of the modes nochetoclient can run.

Right now, there are two modes: board (the default) and analyze.

Board mode doesn't necessarily means you will see chess board. What you will see depends on the config file(s) nochetoclient reads.