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       hconsole - Interactive Python console for using Hatari's remote API

SYNOPSIS [[consoleoptions] [commandfile] --] [hatarioptions]


       Hconsole  is  a  Python  script that invokes Hatari and then provides an interactive shell
       (with full readline editing capabilities) for executing Hatari remote API commands.

       It can be useful for first exploring Hatari's remote  API  usage  interactively  and  then
       writing  scripts  that  somehow  automate  your  Hatari  usage.   They can invoke hconsole
       functionality simply by doing "import  hconsole"  and  calling  appropriate  methods  (see coming with hconsole).


       Normally  hconsole  forwards   all of its arguments to Hatari instance it invoked.  If you
       want to give arguments for hconsole itself, you  need  to  add  '--'  argument  after  the
       hconsole arguments and before the arguments going to Hatari.

       If  you  give  a  file name as hconsole argument, commands in it will be read and executed
       through Hatari's remote API before you get into hconsole interactive shell.

       Hconsole accepts following options:

       --exit Exit after starting Hatari and parsing arguments.

       --help, -h
              Show command line help.


       Start Hatari with all of the given arguments:
   --monitor mono -d test/

       Start Hatari without extra arguments, execute commands from the given  commands.txt  file,
       exit after the file ends:
   commands.txt --exit --


       By  default  hconsole and its examples are installed under the /usr/share/hatari/hconsole/


       hatari(1), hatariui(1)


       Written by Eero Tamminen <oak at helsinkinet fi>.


       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       the  GNU  General  Public  License  as  published  by the Free Software Foundation; either
       version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.


       This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY  WARRANTY;
       without  even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
       See the GNU General Public License for more details.