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       gnoemoe - a GNOME MOO client


       gnoemoe [OPTION ...]


       GnoeMoe  is  a  GNOME/GTK+  MOO  client.  It’s stable and feature rich.
       Some of the features include  ANSI,  MCP  (the  MOO  Client  Protocol),
       multiple  tabbed  worlds, internal editor with syntax checker, external
       editors,  limited  ruby  scripting  and  triggers.   GnoeMoe  aims   to
       integrate in the GNOME desktop environment as well as possible.


       -?, --help
              Show the help message of the application and exit.

       -d, --debug=DEBUGLEVEL
              Enable  debugging.   Specify  multiple debug levels with a comma
              seperated list.  Available levels:  default, mcp, all.

       -l, --load=WORLDS
              Load specified worlds.  Specify multiple  worlds  with  a  comma
              separated list.

       -r, --recover
              Recover from the previous session (used with GNOME session).

              Display the brief ussage message of the application and exit.

       -v, --version
              Show the version of the application and exit.


       The  Gnoemoe  website,, and the
       MOO website,, for more information.


       Gnoemoe was written by Jesse van den Kieboom <>.

       This manual page was written by Paul van Tilburg <>.