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Re: [gnugo-devel] how to use gnugo to solve problems or get suggestionsd

From: Stuart A. Yeates
Subject: Re: [gnugo-devel] how to use gnugo to solve problems or get suggestionsduring a game?
Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2007 09:22:57 +0000

You can do this using the GTP protocol which gnugo supports.

You can either get the the current position by loading a file, or by
playing each move individually.

You can run gnugo from the commandline to use gtp using: "gnugo --mode
gtp" I find the "help" command very useful. The full specs are at:


On 3/1/07, Brice Rebsamen <address@hidden> wrote:

Is it possible to give a board to gnugo and ask it to give a solution? If
yes why can't I find this feature in CGoban or glGo? Is there any client who
does this?

It would be very usefull to study josekis or problems, or get some help in a

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