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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Building gnubg on windows - updated

From: Jonathan Kinsey
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Building gnubg on windows - updated
Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2007 15:55:15 +0100
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motiv4u wrote:
>> From: Jonathan Kinsey
>>> From: "motiv4u"
>>> GNU Backgammon however displays:
>>> Warning: No neural net weights were found...
>>> And then the program crashes.
>> The weights file (gnubg.weights) is in CVS, check if it was 
>> checked out correctly, it's a bigger file so maybe it failed?
> The gnubg.weights file is present.
> Changing all '.' to ',' (except the first one) does the job (European
> decimal on this OS)
> This also occurred in previous versions of gnubg (somewhere 2002-2003). That
> time Jørn Thyssen (or Jim Segrave?) adapted the source. Perhaps that patch
> was lost on the way?

I think it's probably because ENABLE_NLS is disbaled, I'll see if it compiles
(currently there isn't any language support from this build).

> The compiled and linked gnubg.exe delivers an Evaluation speed of 6857.
> The Windows build from the gnubg.org site (20070731) gives an Evaluation
> speed of 18584.
> Which parameters in set COMPOPT (or config.h) should be changed to get a
> reaonable speed?

You need to add "-O2 -msse" to the COMPOPT line of buildgnubg.bat.

>>> On Windows Vista TestMinGW.bat generates:
> Changing the [set PATH] gives "test OK" for mingw and GTK++, but building
> gnubg errs allover.
> It seems like all subdirectories of %GNU%/mingw are blind spots for Vista.
> I guess it's: "Wait for a new MinGW" on this one?

I think so.


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