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Re: [Bug-gnubg] python module available?

From: Michael Petch
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] python module available?
Date: Thu, 31 Dec 2009 14:47:52 -0700

There is no standalone module but you can run python scripts from gnubg using the command line (cli) using the -p parameter and a scriptname. This will allow a python script to interface with the engine. If you run the cli version of gnubg you can use the > (greater than sign) to drop to a python shell. With this you can work interactively including querying gnubg python help with help(gnubg)

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On 2009-12-31, at 14:33, Mark Higgins <address@hidden> wrote:

I'm coding up my own little backgammon simulator in python and want to benchmark it against gnubg. I was hoping there's a gnubg python module I can install and import that would expose the underlying engine so I can pass my generate boards and dice rolls into it, and have it return the set of possible moves ordered by what it thinks expected point scores are - that sort of thing.

Does such a module exist? I googled around a bit but didn't find anything.

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