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LGC-PG(1)		    General Commands Manual		     LGC-PG(1)

NAME
       lgc-pg -	Converter Tool	for original Panzer General(R) Data Files

SYNOPSIS
       lgc-pg  [-s  SOURCE]  [-d DEST] [--defpal] [--custom] [-n NAME] [-i ID]
       [-t TACICONS]

DESCRIPTION
       LGC-PG is a simple tool to convert the original Panzer General(R)  Data
       into  LGeneral Data Files.  It requires a graphical desktop environment
       for the conversion.

OPTIONS
       -s     You always need to specify the source directory (which  contains
	      the original data	or a custom scenario).

       -d     This  specifies  the destination path that contains the LGeneral
	      data struct. (usually /usr/share/games/lgeneral)

       --defpal
	      This one is optional and forces all PG graphics to use  the  de-
	      fault  palette. Usually you won't	need this but if a custom sce-
	      nario you	converted offers some strange graphics it might	be due
	      to  a  corrupted	palette	and the	default	one may	provide	better
	      results.

       --custom
	      If you convert a custom scenario you should  add	this  and  the
	      following	options.

       -n     This is the scenario's file name and default title.

       -i <ID>
	      This  is the <ID>	in the source file name	(game<ID>.scn).	If you
	      do not specify an	ID the default is O.

       -t <TACICONS>
	      If custom	tactical icons are involved (scenario offers  a	 TACI-
	      CONS.SHP)this is the name	of the graphical file.	If this	option
	      is not provided it defaults to <NAME>.bmp.

EXAMPLES
       1) Converts all data from CD-ROM

       lgc-pg -s /mnt/windows/DAT -d /usr/share/games/lgeneral

       2) Converts a custom scenario

       lgc-pg -s /home/jones/newstuff/dunk -d /usr/share/games/lgeneral	--cus-
       tom -n Dunkirk -i 44

			       October	07, 2012		     LGC-PG(1)

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