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Re: [gnugo-devel] Trevor's regression view

From: Trevor Morris
Subject: Re: [gnugo-devel] Trevor's regression view
Date: Fri, 05 Oct 2001 16:03:54 -0400

The problem has to do with embedded top_move_* commands by the viewer.  Running the regression w/out the top_move
commands inserted works correctly.  I'm working on an improved, but it's not ready to put up yet.  I've not seen
any problems with the regressions run the old-fashioned way.

Here's a simple way to reproduce the problem:

loadsgf games/filllib8.sgf 303
= white

27 gg_genmove white
=27 Q16

loadsgf games/filllib7.sgf 72
= black

25 gg_genmove white
=25 H1

= J3 15.80 H1 10.75

26 gg_genmove black
=26 J5


loadsgf games/filllib8.sgf 303
= white

27 gg_genmove white
=27 C19

At 09:33 PM 10/5/2001 +0200, Gunnar Farneback wrote:
>I notice that Trevor's regression view at
> includes some occurences of FAILED
>test cases. Those are unexpected and nothing I'm able to reproduce.
>Assuming he hasn't made any private changes breaking the engine, this
>seems to indicate some portability problem.
>I want to focus on the test case filllib:27. The detailed view says
>GNU Go wants to play at C18, which there's really no reason for. I'd
>be interested in seeing the trace output when running the engine on
>that position with the options "-w -t -d0x4000".
>Has anyone else encountered unexpected regression failures with 3.1.8?
>(Current CVS should have a couple unexpected failures together with
>quite a few unexpected passes, though not the particular unexpected
>failures on Trevor's page.)
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