make_scriptF generates the .INN files and run scripts to batch process the landmarks, and generates .OOT files and saves display files during processing for user inspection.
Writing the make_scriptF.seed
lithos expects a sequence of start and end commands which must be contained in the seed file before and after the processing commands.
Here is a sample make_scriptF.seed file. The required start and end command sequences are explained below.
# Seed file to attach map to overlapping maps #start commands n <- don't check for more images n <- don't include a single image #processing commands o RECENT y 1 o RECENT n 3 y 1, 3, 5 w i RECENT n n v 1 u 1 o RECENT n 1 #end command q <- quit #end-of-file identifier END <- end-of-file
The .INN file starts with the command i: input landmark, and the landmark name. lithos then asks you whether to check for more images. The following samples show the prompts and responses for both 'y' and 'n' responses to this prompt:
Check for more images? y[n] n Include a single image? y[n] n
Check for more images? y[n] y Enter fractional width (0=center). .5 Reject invisibles? y[n] n
When you create the make_scriptF.seed file, you must start with a sequence that deals with this set of options. In the sample, the Start Commands lines are annotated to indicate these responses.
make_scriptF expects the seed file to end with the end-of-file identifier, END. Any commands following this will not be appended to the .INN file.
Use # at the beginning of any comment line you want to include. make_scriptF does not append these to the .INN file.
(Compiled by DL)