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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Using GNUBg ID

From: Yoshito Takeuchi
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Using GNUBg ID
Date: Sun, 5 Jul 2009 04:48:36 +0900


First, great thank you for your reply and kindness to Michael.

2009/7/4 Michael Petch <address@hidden>:

> If you are using the latest versions this feature does exist. To use it find
> a position you would like (Cube or Move) and then on the "edit" menu select
> "copy as>"/"GammonOnline(HTML).
> This will put HTML in the copy and paste buffer that can be pasted into an
> html file to show a pretty graphical board of the position.

Oh no :-) I don't know this function.
I think however that my callenge(make program) can make any
customize(layout or etc) , so I will challeng continue :-)

>> I have questions.
>> I check GNUBg ID is correct or not only how many letters.
>> ( Position ID + ":" + Match ID is 27 letters )
>> Do you have another idea ?
> The documentation for how GnuBG ID (Match and Position ID's) can be found
> here:
> http://www.gnu.org/manual/gnubg/html_node/A-technical-description-of-the-Mat
> ch-ID.html
> The key thing to note is that the Matchid and PositionID are base64 encoded.

Thank you for your advice.
I will check base64 decode result ( That's right ?).

> If you are using newer version of GnuBG you can copy all 4 lines above into
> the GnuBgID text box (In the GUI) and GnuBG will actually strip off all the
> extra stuff and convert and combine it for you.

Wow! GnuBG is clever. :-)

> Hope that helps.
> Michael

Thanks again.

Yoshito Takeuchi

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