Provided by: conquest_8.4.1-1_i386
conqinit - a utility for the Conquest Init parser (CQI)
conqinit can be used to test the parser, perform syntax checking on
conqinitrc and texturesrc files, as well as to generate initdata.h and
sounddata.h header files containing compiled‐in defaults.
CQI is a lex/yacc parser that is used by Conquest 8.1.2a or later for
configuration of the planets and other general purpose data, and for
the GL client conquestgl, for the specification of colors, textures,
animation definitions, sound, and music.
These pre‐generated header files (initdata.h, sounddata.h) contain
defaults compiled directly into conquest, in the event the relevant CQI
config file could not be opened or successfully read on startup. End
users should not generate these files. Validated header files are
included with the src distribution.
If you are modifying one of the CQI config files, (conquestrc, soundrc,
etc), you should at least run conqinit on them to check for syntax or
other validation errors. If conquest (or conquestd) fails to properly
load and parse the file at runtime, the built in internal defaults will
be used (when possible) and a warning message will be logged.
Read data from file <file>.
-v Be verbose about everything.
-d Turns on alot of debugging.
-s Treat the input file as a file in soundrc format. The default
is to treat the file as if it were in conqinitrc format.
-t Treat the input file as a file in texturesrc format. The
default is to treat the file as if it were in conqinitrc
-h Dump the parsed file out to stdout in initdata.h sounddata.h
format (depending on the presence of the -s option).
-D Dump the current universe to stdout in conqinitrc format.
This option is sort of a hack. It loads the current state of
the universe on the local machine and generates a conqinitrc
format file on stdout. This file can be saved and made the
default conqinitrc for a system.
If you do this, you will almost certainly want to edit the
generated file and at least change the colors of the suns, and
randomized army counts. Since this data is not currently
stored in the common block, conqinit tries to choose
reasonable defaults for them. Make sure it actually did :)
This capability is useful if you init the universe, then use
conqoper to edit and or create new planets and arrange them
just like you want them. Then, using the above command, dump
the universe to a conqinitrc file, edit it if neccessary (to
clean up colors, etc).
Then copy that file over the system’s conqinitrc file (or email
it to your friends :). From
then on, whenever the planets are initialized (due to a
successful conquer, or the actions of an oper in conqoper),
your definitions will be used as the default planet
conquestd(6), conqoper(6), conqdriv(6), conquestsh(6), conqmetad(6)
Jon Trulson <email@example.com>