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Re: [Bug-gnubg] compile error

From: Joseph Heled
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] compile error
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 07:24:07 +1300
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Achim Mueller wrote:
* Jim Segrave wrote on 26 Okt 2004:

Yep, it compiles now without errors, but I still have the "illegal
character" problem when opening older analysed matches.



Can you send me such a match?

I'm sorry, but I'm an idiot ;-).

We have no doubt about that :)
Seriously, this is just sub-par handling of error detection. I think we spoke about automatic detection of file formats before, either from file extension, file contents, or both.
Does anyone remember what happened to that? Or is my memory wrong?


I have a directory actually
containing only sgf-files. Unfortuantely there were also 4-5 *.mat
files in it and as Murphy wants ... I opened one of these without
looking at the file extension. Everything is fine now.



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