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Pybik - Rubik's cube game
Pybik is a 3D puzzle game about the cube invented by Erno Rubik. * Different 3D puzzles - up to 10x10x10: cubes, towers, bricks, tetrahedra and prisms * Solvers for some puzzles * Pretty patterns * Editor for move sequences * Changeable colors and images Pybik can be fully controlled and configured via the graphical user interface. The options listed here are intended primarily for testing and debugging.
-h, --help Show help message and exit --version Show version number and exit --config-file=C Specify the configuration filename --defaultconfig Print default settings to stdout and exit --games-file=G Specify the filename for saved games --log Write logfile --list-tests List tests --test Run all tests --test=T Run test T, can be used multiple times, use T=n where n is a number to run test T multiple times --test-args=T T is a comma-separated list of test arguments: write-y write-yes write-n write-no write-e write-error log-widgets notime --debug=D D is a comma-separated list of debug flags: alg draw fps func indexonly invisible keys liveplugins liveshader log logdebug loggl mousepos msg nobevel nofshader nolabel noshader novshader pick purepython rand rotate shader vfps Qt-Options, for a full list refer to the Qt-Reference, but not all options make sense for this application: -qwindowgeometry G, -geometry G Specifies window geometry for the main window using the X11-syntax. For example: 100x100+50+50 -reverse Sets the application layout direction to left-to-right -widgetcount Prints debug message at the end about number of widgets left undestroyed and maximum number of widgets existed at the same time
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