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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Line-terminal mode

From: Massimiliano Maini
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Line-terminal mode
Date: Mon, 5 Oct 2009 10:12:10 +0200

In command line, you have the option "set automatic game on/off".
Once current games end, you can issue your commands and then
use "new game" to start a new game in the session.

In the GUI you have the option: Settings/Options/Start new games
immediately If you disable the option,  then you have no other mean
to start a new game than using a "new game" command: there's no
way to start a new game by clicking on something (which is bad IMO).


2009/10/4 Timothy Y. Chow <address@hidden>:
> Occasionally I'm at a library or something where there's a public computer
> from which I can ssh to my home machine to use gnubg in line-terminal
> mode, but cannot bring up the GUI.
> I want to be able to play a money-game session and save all the games.
> Better still would be to analyze the session (say at 2-ply) and view/save
> the results of *that*, but I'd settle for saving the results and analyzing
> them later.  I can't figure out how to do that.  Part of the problem seems
> to be that as soon as a money game ends, gnubg starts up a new game
> immediately, with no opportunity to execute a command between the end of a
> game and the start of the next game.  If I type "save game" after the new
> game has started, it saves the new game and not the one that just
> finished.
> Tim
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