Geomview For Windows?
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suggestion for Geomview
Tim, There is a GCL command "geomview-version" which returns the Geomview version number. You have to explicitly pass it to the "echo" command to get it to print anything out (GCL commands normally just return their value internally, not printing anything out). So the command (echo (geomview-version)) does what you want. If you type this in the Commands panel, the output will go to stdout. You can type it in the shell window if you invoke geomview with the "-c -" option, which causes it to read GCL commands from stdin. Alternately, the following shell command will invoke geomview with no graphics or panels and will cause it to print out its version number. Not nearly as concise as the "-version" option you suggested, but it works, :-) % geomview -nopanels -wins 0 -c '(progn (echo (geomview-version))(exit))' --Mark
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