use Games::Nonogram::CommandLine; Games::Nonogram::CommandLine->bootstrap;
This module is used internally to handle command line interface.
takes several command line options and passes them to the solver. Options are:
lets the solver load and process each file under the specified directory.
If this is set, the solver would not show you the answer of the puzzle(s), but tell you whether the puzzle(s) is solvable, or ambiguous (or, unsolvable).
If this is set, the solver would show you the process of solving.
If this is set, the solver would become more verbose and show you more messages.
Kenichi Ishigaki, <ishigaki at cpan.org>
Copyright 2007 by Kenichi Ishigaki
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