This command is part of the Interruption Interaction and Resumption (IIR) features of GENR8. It can be used to map a grammar to a genotype. This genotype can later be modified and used in a genr8 run.
It is important to note that the grammar that is to be inverted must be generated by a reversible BNF. If this is not the case, the produced genome will not produce the original grammar. It is important to use the -rv flag when using this genome with genr8.
| -g/grammarFile string||
||The file that specifies the grammar that should be mapped to a genome. If the entire path is not specified, regn8 will look in the directory where it is stored. |
| -s/saveFile string||
||The file where the generated genome will be stored. If the entire path is not specified, regn8 will look in the directory where it is stored. NB Do not use the name genome.txt, since genr8 is using that name.|
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