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NAME

       cyclient - cyphesis world building client

SYNOPSIS

       /usr/bin/cyclient [ --section:option=value ... ] [ package.function ]

DESCRIPTION

       The cyclient program connects to a cyphesis server and populates the world with data.

OPTIONS

       Configuration  options are divided up into named sections, which need to be specified when
       modifying or overriding the options. In a config file the name of a section  is  specified
       in  square  brackets  at  the beginning of the section. On the command line the section is
       given at the beginning of the option specification, as shown in the synopsis above.

   CLIENT OPTIONS
       The following options are present in the client section of the config file, and overridden
       by specifying the client section name on the command line.

       package="define_world"
              Python package which contains the client function.

              This  setting  provides  the name of the Python package which contains the function
              that should run by the client.

       function="default"
              Python client function.

              This setting provides the Python function which should be run by the client.

   SERVER OPTIONS
       The following options are present  in  the  cyphesis  section  of  the  config  file,  and
       overridden  by  specifying  the  cyphesis  section name on the command line. These options
       apply to the server, but are also required by the client to ensure  that  the  client  can
       connect.

       tcpport=6767
              Network port for server TCP connections.

              Specifies the port number to use when connecting to the server.

       unixport="cyphesis.sock"
              Local liston socket for Unix domain connections.

              Specifies the filename to use to listen for local trusted client connections.

AUTHOR

       Written by Alistair Riddoch.

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs to <general@worldforge.org>.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2004 Alistair Riddoch.

SEE ALSO

       cyphesis(1), cyphesis-tools(1), cycmd(1)

                                         18 November 2010                             CYCLIENT(1)