@@ -1,14 +1,14 @@
-pi-make-microsoft-freecell-board, make_pysol_freecell_board.py -
+make-microsoft-freecell-board, make-pysol-freecell-board -
Programs to generate boards to be used as input to Freecell Solver.
B<program> I<[-t]> I<board-number>
-or for make_pysol_freecell_board.py and make-aisleriot-freecell-board:
+or for make-pysol-freecell-board and make-aisleriot-freecell-board:
B<program> I<[-t]> I<board-number> [I<game-string>]
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@
can be in turn be inputted to B<fc-solve> by means of a pipeline, or placed
inside a file for safe-keeping.
-B<make_pysol_freecell_board.py> and B<make-aisleriot-freecell-board> also
+B<make-pysol-freecell-board> and B<make-aisleriot-freecell-board> also
accept an optional third argument which indicates the game type. This type
defaults to Freecell, but is useful for generating the boards of other games.
Note that using this flag does not preclude one from using the "--game"
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
A common paradigm for using those programs is something like:
-bash:~# pi-make-microsoft-freecell-board 11982 | fc-solve -opt
+bash:~# make-microsoft-freecell-board 11982 | fc-solve -opt
If the "-t" option is specified, then the 10 cards are printed with "T"'s,
instead of "10"'s. While this does not have any effect on B<fc-solve> it
@@ -45,11 +45,11 @@
Generate the Freecell boards of GNOME's AisleRiot.
A Python script that generates the boards of the various games of PySol.
A program that generates the boards of Microsoft Freecell and of the
Freecell Pro implementation of Freecell.
@@ -104,7 +104,7 @@