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agsl, also known as Arctic's Simple Game Library.
ASGL is a script written in Bash made for managing games.
Instead of opening a GUI to manage your games, ASGL offers a more terminal-friendly approach. With ASGL, you may list; modify or run your games.
asgl is very simple, all you need to do is move or copy it to your
$PATH, for example:
Executing ASGL opens an interactive prompt, in which you can type commands to run; list or modify your list of games.
To add a game type
a and then follow the prompts.
First you will be asked to enter the name of the game, then the executable for the game. Finally, you will be asked if you are sure if you want to add the game.
Here is an example:
$ asgl Type a command (h for help): # a What is the name of the game?: # xonotic Where is the executable for xonotic?: # xonotic-glx Would you like to save this game?: [y/n] # Y Adding xonotic! Game Added!
To list the games you have added to
l in the ASGL prompt, as seen below:
$ asgl Type a command (h for help): # l csgo okami swarmlake xonotic
To play a game, type
p inside the ASGL prompt. This can be observed below.
$ asgl Type a command (h for help): # p What game would you like to play?: xonotic
If for whatever reason you wish to remove a game you can do so by typing
r, then following the prompts.
Firstly, you will be asked for the name of the game, and then to confirm that you want to delete it.
If you confirm then the game will be deleted from
$ asgl Type a command (h for help): # r What game would you like to remove?: # xonotic Would you like to remove xonotic? [Y/n] # y
If you ever need help with
asgl you can type
h and you will be given all the commands and their functions.
$ asgl Type a command (h for help): # h a/A -------- Add a game. r/R -------- Remove a game. p/P -------- Play a game. l/L -------- List games. h/H -------- List of commands. q/Q -------- Exit.
In the future, I plan to extend this command with an extended set of functions, such as: