The ALP bot collection now has a fully populated windows tree including a script (alp-bot-sessions.bat) to make starting the bots (after a Windows system restart) convenient.
It can be found in the experimental branch of the project:
Remark: you might need a program like “notepad++” or similar to edit the batch file.
notepad.exe doesn’t handle “CRLF” properly; with notepad the batch looks like a mess which in fact it isn’t
wordpad.exe can do it as well, but the display of the file is still quite crappy compared to notepad++
The unix “alp-[something]” scripts have been moved to the unix folder to avoid confusion.
So each supported operating system branch (unix, windows) has a full collection of ALP bots and a script to start them.
The unix branch in addition still has a script to conveniently check the status of the bot by investigating the log.
I saved myself making such a script for windows as the status of the bots can easily be checked in the command prompt.
…now I only have to find out how to merge the experimental branch with the master branch without breaking everything
First successful test by a user: