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Re: [gnugo-devel] TCP/IP connection built into GNU Go?

From: Paul Pogonyshev
Subject: Re: [gnugo-devel] TCP/IP connection built into GNU Go?
Date: Sat, 9 Oct 2004 14:53:37 -0200
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Gunnar wrote:
> Paul wrote:
> >     $ ./interface/gnugo --mode gtp --gtp-listen
> Hm, I thought you usually just listened to a port, without specifying
> any particular IP address.

Apparently it is possible to do either way.  I'll remove IP address
for listening, didn't thought of it carefully.

> > The problem is that when you type `quit' and then try to make GNU Go
> > listen on the same port again, it won't work. The system says the
> > port is still in use. It gets released in about a minute (on my
> > machine.) Clearly, something is not being closed, but I don't
> > understand what it is. I doubt it could be a problem in `telnet'.
> I suggest you test whether tcplisten behaves in the same way and if
> not check its code; it's fairly minimalistic.
> > Also, `--gtp-connect' is not tested since I couldn't come up
> > with an easy way to test.  The patch is completely non-
> > portable too.
> You can easily test it with tcplisten. An alternative is to test it
> with gnugoclient 3.0.

Yes, I'll try `tcputils'.  Btw, what is `numbah' that lead the Random
Go Challenge?


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