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Howdy. Is there a way to put the server address, port and player name into the Client command line (in order to put it into the shortcut) so that I don't have to type it in every time I join the server? I'm playing LongTurn at the moment, which means I'll be connecting to it a few hundred times and I'm trying to avoid having to type "lt34.longturn.org 5034 Corbeau" every single time.
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> freeciv-gtk3 --help
Usage: freeciv-gtk3 [option ...]
Valid option are:
-A, --Announce PROTO Announce game in LAN using protocol PROTO (IPv4/IPv6/none)
-a, --autoconnect Skip connect dialog
-d, --debug NUM Set debug log level (0 to 4, or 4:file1,min,max:...)
-F, --Fatal [SIGNAL] Raise a signal on failed assertion
-f, --file FILE Load saved game FILE
-H, --Hackless Do not request hack access to local, but not spawned, server
-h, --help Print a summary of the options
-l, --log FILE Use FILE as logfile (spawned server also uses this)
-M, --Meta HOST Connect to the metaserver at HOST
-m, --music FILE Read music tags from FILE
-n, --name NAME Use NAME as username on server
-P, --Plugin PLUGIN Use PLUGIN for sound output [none, sdl]
-p, --port PORT Connect to server port PORT (usually with -a)
-r, --read FILE Read startup script FILE (for spawned server only)
-S, --Sound FILE Read sound tags from FILE
-s, --server HOST Connect to the server at HOST (usually with -a)
-t, --tiles FILE Use data file FILE.tilespec for tiles
-v, --version Print the version number
-- Pass any following options to the UI.
Try "freeciv-gtk3 -- --help" for more.
Report bugs at http://gna.org/projects/freeciv/
You're after "-s", "-p", and "-n"