When I try to run NIRT in command line mode in Windows, NIRT commands will not execute.
' Enter '?' for helps
' Enter '?' for helpdir
' Enter '?' for helpxyz
' Enter '?' for help'?'
' Enter '?' for helpq
Running with the -f scripting option produces similar results.
I can run with the -e option although it only lets me enter a single line of commands (no returns allowed in command string).
I am running BRL-CAD 7.14.8 for Windows in Windows XP with Service Pack 3
I am running nirt from the DOS Command Prompt
BRL-CAD is installed in c:\Program Files\BRL-CAD\7.14.8
.g models are located in the \bin directory with the nirt executable.
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