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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Rollout truncation checkbox

From: Jim Segrave
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Rollout truncation checkbox
Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2002 20:43:48 +0100
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On Sun 24 Nov 2002 (18:43 +0100), Morten Wang wrote:
> * Jim Segrave
> > I can't reproduce this.

> I seem to be perfectly able to reproduce the behaviour.
> I would've believe it would be a full rollout at this setting,
> regardless of the checkbox, but it seems not to.  if it's actually
> doing a full rollout I find it odd that the message copied to the
> clipboard says otherwise.

Aha - found it. It's not something I would have tried - changing the
truncation point and disabling truncation. 

It was in the processing of the 'set rollout truncation
plies command'. It was reporting the effect of setting the plies
without examining the enable flag. I'd never tested what it displayed
if you changed the plies and then disabled truncation (although 
'show rollout' does show the correct thing - that no truncation will
take place. I've just checked in a new version of set.c which will
now always report that 'Rollouts will not be truncated' if you've
unticked the Truncate enable flag and changed the truncation point

The actual behaviour has always been correct, rollouts would never
have been truncated if the 'Truncate Rollouts' checkbox was not
selected. regardless of any setting of the truncation point.

Jim Segrave           address@hidden

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