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Re: [gnugo-devel] bug in gnugo? complains of "occupied position"

From: Terry McIntyre
Subject: Re: [gnugo-devel] bug in gnugo? complains of "occupied position"
Date: Thu, 27 Oct 2005 22:41:51 -0700

S'true, removing the duplicates from the .sgf file fixed the problem; I reported the bug to the author of that particular bit.

However, I'm fairly sure that gnugo chose to remove M15 entirely,
rather than to ignore the duplicate plays - which seems a bit
of a drastic measure.

Terry McIntyre -- UNIX for hire
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On Oct 27, 2005, at 8:42 AM, Gunnar Farnebäck wrote:

Terry wrote:
I was trying to get an estimated score of a game, and gnugo
did something quite odd; the same error message can be reproduced by
asking gnugo to play the game.

gnugo stuff.sgf

WARNING: Move off board or on occupied position found in sgf-file.
Move at M15 ignored, trying to proceed.

Whatever created your sgf file is buggy, as GNU Go warns you.

M15 just happens to be a crucial play, and removing it materially
affects the predicted score, lol.

You don't have to remove M15 to fix the problem.


I suggest you try to remove the two duplicates of the M15 move, i.e.
replace the lines above with a single ";W[le]".


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