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Re: [Bug-gnubg] GNUBg 20020923 windows build

From: Joern Thyssen
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] GNUBg 20020923 windows build
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 11:21:01 +0000
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On Mon, Sep 23, 2002 at 03:09:37AM -0700, Ned Cross wrote
> The .sgg file import player swap is great! Now I no longer have to make the
> extra step of swapping players for every gamesgrid match.
> Possibly related to this change is a bug in the way GNU updates the match
> score at the end of each game. It seems to swap the score as if the loser of
> the game actually won.

You're absolutely right! I forgot to swap the score as well. 

I assume you're building gnubg yourself since you already knew about the
new feature?! 

Goto to import.c line 1262 and change:

ImportSGGGame( pf, i, nLength, n0, n1, fCrawford );


ImportSGGGame( pf, i, nLength, n1, n0, fCrawford );

> ex: Match to 7 , Game 1: score Ned 0- GNU 0.  Ned wins 2 pts.  Game 2: score
> Ned 0 - GNU 2.  Since "analysis/market window" shows the errant score, it's
> also possible GNU's analysis of cube decision and checker play is off as
> well.

Yes, most likely.


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