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To avoid having to type things repeatedly, you can save things in specification files and call them by name.
 
To avoid having to type things repeatedly, you can save things in specification files and call them by name.
  
EG, in a file called "$HOME/.geoqo/mem/search/newpuzzles" put:
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EG, in a file called "$[[HOME]]/.geoqo/mem/search/newpuzzles" put:
  
 
   log:finder<=>MYNAME
 
   log:finder<=>MYNAME
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To list all the puzzles you need to solve and find.
 
To list all the puzzles you need to solve and find.
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Note that specification files can be broken down into multiple lines with spaces at the beginning and the end.  Additionally, # can indicate a comment line as well:
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  # all caches not found by me
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  log:finder<=>MYNAME
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    # and that are of subtype Unknown
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    &&subtype=Unknown
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Latest revision as of 21:29, 2 April 2007

To avoid having to type things repeatedly, you can save things in specification files and call them by name.

EG, in a file called "$HOME/.geoqo/mem/search/newpuzzles" put:

 log:finder<=>MYNAME
   &&subtype=Unknown

Then you can call geoqo to remeber that particular search pattern:

 geoqo -s mem:newpuzzles -l

To list all the puzzles you need to solve and find.

Note that specification files can be broken down into multiple lines with spaces at the beginning and the end. Additionally, # can indicate a comment line as well:

 # all caches not found by me
 log:finder<=>MYNAME
   # and that are of subtype Unknown
   &&subtype=Unknown

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