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[Bug-gnubg] GNU-BG for Windows bug

From: Peter Sochovsky
Subject: [Bug-gnubg] GNU-BG for Windows bug
Date: Wed, 9 Oct 2002 09:52:46 +0200


I ve e-mailed the following problem back in July:

> I just played a match on GamesGrid, saved it as a .sgg-file and had it
> analyzed by GNUBG.

> Enclosed you can find the analyzed file as well as the pre-analyzed
> .sgg-file!
> In game no. 2, move 28 I double to 4, my opponent takes.
> When I move to this situation in the game-record-window, I suddenly get an
> error-message saying:
> "Assertion failed!
>  File: eval.c
>  Line: 6728
> If I try to ignore this message by clicking on an 'ignore'-button (which
> included in the error-message-window), the GNU annotation window shows a
> funny comment of the cube-decision: The comment to my 4-cube is: 'Proper
> cube action: I have no idea!'
> the comment to the take of my opponent is: 'Correct response: Eat it!'

Joern Thyssen answered:

> The problem is the "missing"[*] moves in the SGG file, which seems to
> confuse gnubg. I think I've fixed the problem, but it requires some more
> testing before I commit the fix to the repository.

> Jørn

> [*] No moves appear in the SGG file when your opponent is on the bar
> against a closed board.

And some hours later Joern Thyssen again:

> I've committed the fix now. Can you re-import the SGG file and analyse
> with Øystein's next build?

> Jørn

Well, I reimported this file again just now, had it analyzed again by GNU-BG
for Windows. The result is practically the same as before!!

I now get the error message:

'Assertion failed!
File: eval.c
Line: 7102
Expression: FALSE
For information on how your program can cause an assertion failure, see the
Visual C++ documentation on asserts
(Press Retry to debug the application -JIT must be enabled)'

I enclose the .sgg-file and the analyzed file (snapshot 021007) in question

Hope you can help


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