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NAME

       springsettings - GUI to configure Spring options and settings

SYNOPSIS

       springsettings [-nc|--no-crash-handler] [-cl|--console-logging]
       [-gl|--gui-logging] [-l|--log-verbosity NUM]

       springsettings [-h|--help]

DESCRIPTION

       springsettings is a GUI to configure spring options and settings.

       Spring is a free Real Time Strategy (RTS) game engine originally
       designed to play Total Annihilation (© 1997 Cavedog) content and
       evolved to a general rts engine capable to run different kind of games
       (mods).

       It is mainly designed around online multiplayer games but can be played
       in single player mode against different AI.

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
           Prints the options help message and exits.

       -nc, --no-crash-handler
           Don’t use the crash handler (useful for debugging)

       -cl, --console-logging
           Shows application log to the console(if available)

       -gl, --gui-logging
           Enables application log window

       -l, --log-verbosity=NUM
           Overrides default logging verbosity, can be:

               0 - no log
               1 - critical errors
               2 - errors
               3 - warnings (default)
               4 - messages
               5 - function trace

FILES

           /etc/spring/datadir

       Contain the path used by spring to look for configurations.

SEE ALSO

       spring(6), springlobby(6)

HOMEPAGE

       More information about the spring can be found on

AUTHOR

       springsettings was written by the springlobby developers.

       This manual page was written by Marco Amadori
       <marco.amadori@gmail.com[1]>, for the Debian project (and may be used
       by others).

NOTES

        1. marco.amadori@gmail.com
           mailto:marco.amadori@gmail.com