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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Small bugs

From: Massimiliano . Maini
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Small bugs
Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 10:04:49 +0200

>1) the new cairo arrow didn't show. Is it working for you Max?

I think yes but I may be wrong. Can you send me a picture of what you're
getting and highlight what's missing ?

>2) The colors in the analysis panel are not updated correctly. If you
>make a wrong move, that comes up say 4th, and then do something that
>reorders the moves then two moves may be colored red: the 4th and the
>wrong move you made.

I think I saw this while playing in Torino, but I can't reproduce.
Can you ? If yes, tell me how.

BTW, while playing in Torino (manual dice) gnubg crashed a few times :
all the times it was at the end of a game and after the last move (or
resign or drop), instead of moving to the next game (proposing the
choice of the dice), it stayed stuck on the last move. Trying to force
it to go on (move list, play computer turn menu, etc) resulted in
a crash.

Pretty annoying since I was recordng the match ! Beside of investigating
the bug, would it be possible to have an option to automatically log
everything to a file that can be used to restore stuff lost due to a crash
Frank Berger programmed this overnight in BGBlitz, but hey, he's using Java

Maybe logging the entire session to a sgf file, or at least some text
(FIBS ?) that can be edited to retrieve lost parts ... (sgf sounds better
me since even if not very readable, it can be edited to merge parts and it
stores the analysis too).


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