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Re: [Bug-gnubg] HTML Export

From: Joseph Heled
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] HTML Export
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 08:15:33 +1200
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Joern Thyssen wrote:
2. match Information
Why include empty values (rating 0, Comments n/a)? why not eliminate them?

Match Information

Jon Royset's rating: 0 (Exp 0)
Moshe Tissona's rating: 0 (Exp 0)
Date: July 13, 2003
Event: World Championship 2003
Round: Final
Place: Monte Carlo
Annotator: GNU 0.14
Comments: n/a

No particular reason.

Anyone objects to removing them?

10. Spaces
(See the attachment. You probably have to save it to GNUbg directory and reload it, since images are assumed to be in html-images. BTW, is there a WWW location for the images if we want to exchange those more conveniently?)

Why all the spaces in Move number, ply, and at the end of move?
(Perhaps the one at the end of move is due to fixed length, which was correct only for 4 digits, and now incorrect since I changed it to 3?)

No, but close.

gnubg uses the same set of formatting routines for text, html, and gtk.
For text we need fixed size width, i.e., %+7.3f as opposed to %.3f,
otherwise the columns may not align. Does the extra leading spaces cause
any problem?

Are you looking at the text of the html? the HTML shows 4-5 spaces between the move and MWC.

Or am I misunderstanding something? I can't see any spaces in the move
number column except the   which is a html trick needed for older

14. Rollout
See third attachment. Quite messy.

What's the mess?

The way the text goes into the MWC part for example.

15. Zeros in summary
Why not eliminate the part in parenthesis in
' 0 (-0.000 ( -0.000%))'

No particular reason.
So you agree we can eliminate them?



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