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Re: [gnugo-devel] reading connections

From: Trevor Morris
Subject: Re: [gnugo-devel] reading connections
Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 19:34:53 -0400

1) Is there any way to get these SGF traces through GTP?  If not,
could there be?  This would make them easily available through the
regression view w/ little overhead.  Longer term, a GUI could easily
give interactive traces on the fly - a nice debugging tool, I'd

2) Relatedly, how about enhancing loadsgf to accept the SGF file 
directly on the GTP command line, like:
  loadsgf (;FF[4]GM[1]SZ[19]AP[Jago]AB[pd][dp][nq]AW[pp][dd])
This would avoid necessity for temp files, and would make a network
based GTP easier to use.


At 10:37 PM 10/10/2001 +0200, Gunnar Farneback wrote:
>Tristan wrote:
>> In golois, I make golois compute many answers and verify that one of
>> them
>> is the one in the test.
>> I modified test 6 for gnugo.
>I see, that's more or less the opposite way of obtaining the same
>> I have added this functionnality and corrected a bug due to
>> inappropriate
>> call to naive ladder in the new readconnect.c
>> I still have things which are missing but that are very clear in my
>> mind,
>> however, any help is appreciated.
>> My current main problem is debugging readconnect for gnugo.
>This should be much helped by a --decide-connection option and dumping
>of the considered variations to an sgf file. This will require some
>overhead in the code, but is more than worth it. I'll do this next
>(shouldn't take me very long to port over from reading.c and owl.c).
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