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RE: [Bug-gnubg] Question about GNUBG

From: Ian Shaw
Subject: RE: [Bug-gnubg] Question about GNUBG
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 08:33:38 -0000

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Wendell Henry [mailto:address@hidden
> I often use GNUBG to review games I have played on FIBS or True Money 
> Games.  Many times I have wanted to look at a set of matches 
> together and 
> get them all evaluated as though they were one large match.  
> I am curious 
> how my game is developing over time and I would like to look 
> at my skill 
> for a set of matches from week to week.  Is this available ? 

I think your best bet is to record use the player records in the Analyse menu. 
Have a look at http://www.bkgm.com/gnu/AllAboutGNU.html#player_records. I don't 
use it myself, but it may do what you want.
> If not easily 
> done is there a way I could combine my files (Jellyfish 
> notation) so that I 
> could accomplish the same thing .

The short answer is "no". Jellyfish match files are all text files and can be 
combined using any text editor, or using the DOS command copy 
filename1.mat+filename2.mat+filename3.mat bigfile.mat. However, I think gnubg 
only looks at the first match in the file, or if not, it analyses all matches 
as if they were the length of the first match.

Hope this helps.

-- Ian

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