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Re: [Bug-gnubg] (no subject)

From: Joern Thyssen
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] (no subject)
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 14:33:49 +0000
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On Wed, Jun 26, 2002 at 05:42:38PM +0200, olivier croisille wrote
> Thx for the recently added functionalities, great job
> 1- the threshold analysis parameters I modified and saved in settings long 
> ago were set back to initial values (ie. doubtful 0,40 ; bad etc ...) in the 
> latest build. When modified again and 'save settings', still won't be 
> remembered

It's one of those re-occuring bugs we encounter these days.

The settings file is written locale independent, but apparently some
settings are loaded locale dependent. So the "0.40" is read as "0"
because . is an illegal character in floating point numbers.

> 2- when you modify 'export' parameters, won t be remembered by 'Save 
> settings' (until build 2306) ; in build 2406, 'save settings' after 
> modifying 'export' parameters will always cause GNU to crash

build 0626 should include a fix for this.

> 3- I was always puzzled by the 'Move / cube decision marked interesting, 
> good, ...'  What are they meant for? as GNU considers his own analysis as a 
> reference, I cannot see how it could consider my move any better...  Sorry 
> if I missed something, but IMHO just adds 6 useless lines to the stats sheet 
> and export parameters window

There is currently no automatic procedure for marking moves interesting
or good, you have to do this manually.

For example, suppose you have a very difficult move in a match. The
player ended up moving correctly, so it isn't marked bad or doubtful.
Since this move is very interesting you mark it "interesting", so you
can easily find it next time you review the match.


Joern Thyssen, PhD
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