Command Line support

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Thu May 21, 2020 8:22 pm


I am trying to create an automated build process to avoid having to store pano2vr output files within my git repository (git has trouble with thousands of little files go figure).
the docs describe a command line command to generate an output based on input files which would be perfect for my use case:
When I run this command I get no errors or feedback from the program so I don't know what I may be doing wrong other than that it has an exit code of 1...

An example of what I am running:

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./ -x -t tour.p2vr
Do I need to specify all of the input files used by the p2vr? Are there any flags I can use to get better debug info?

I am using pano2vr version 6.0.6 which is the latest linux compatible version
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Tue May 26, 2020 11:51 am

On Linux you need to copy/modify the ./ script to match your needs. You need to add the parameters to the actual call in the last line of the script.
MfG, Thomas
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Fri May 29, 2020 4:42 pm

Thanks for the reply Thomas!

I was able to get the command line functionality to work and a window popped up to show the progress.

My question is whether this will work on a headless terminal-only server like an AWS instance?
If not directly, is there a workaround to get that to work?
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