|Subject:||Re: [Bug-gnubg] Autosave questions|
|Date:||Mon, 5 Oct 2009 09:48:43 +0000|
Christian Anthon wrote:|
> Where we come up short compared to other programs is that we open
> multiple instances of gnubg - how does one keep track of the ownership
> and status of the auto-saves? That is, is autosave.sgf from a live or a
> dead session? Since we don't know the answer to that question we cannot
> help the user in case of a crash. Perhaps making it clear
> (configurable?) where auto-saves are located would help a lot?
It is possible to do this, it would take a bit of work.
One possible solution would be to create a log file when you start a rollout,
when the rollout finishes normally. On startup we would need to check for any
files with names like this and see if the gnubg process is still running. Then
a list of unfinished rollouts could be shown/continued etc.
Something for the todo list anyway...
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