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[gnugo-devel] look at regress file 13x13b:6

From: kevin yong
Subject: [gnugo-devel] look at regress file 13x13b:6
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2003 16:37:08 -0500 (EST)

Hi, Evan & Gunnar:

  thank you very much for you reply.

  i did some work on 13x13b:6. following are what i
  problem: gnugo should answer C4, but it did B4
instead, which is wrong.

  1. why/how B4 got to the top:

  in the log file, it reports:

    saving move for B6 found at B3!

  then i trace to the source code, the dicision was
made from reading.c do_find_defense()/defend2().
However, when i insert a simple TRACE statement inside
defend2(), when the str to be defended is B6, the log
file reports hundreds of print of this TRACE. the call
to defend2() originated from more than 6 places, and
some of them indirectly recursive (such as do_attack()
and attack4()). so, it is quite hard to pin-point
exactly at which step the judegment was wrong. in
other words, the conclusion came from a quite long and
complicated process.

  talk about solution, i think i need more detailed
look into how the reading was done for this case.

like to hear comments/suggestions from you.


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