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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Copying Gnubg id to clipboard

From: Michael Petch
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Copying Gnubg id to clipboard
Date: Fri, 01 Jan 2010 18:11:20 -0700
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HI Blu,

I contacted Xavier (XG developer) and he mentioned that he supports the
pasting of multiline Gnubg ID¹s into XG (And has for some time). I tried It
on my XG Version 1.11 and it does work. He has suggested that GnuBG should
probably support the pasting of XG ID's (Seems like a reasonable request).
This was Xaviers response to my email:

------ Forwarded Message
From: eXtreme Gammon <address@hidden>
Date: Fri, 1 Jan 2010 20:00:59 -0500
To: Michael Petch <address@hidden>
Subject: RE: Forward of a Bug report to Gnubg mailing list

Hi Michael
XG handles both formats. The import of Gnu Id was done long ago and
initially was only accepting the 2 lines format. When it changes in GnuBG I
added the support of a single line.
I can copy the text form the mail your forwarded in XG without problem. I
also copy from GnuBG (latest build just to make sure) a position to the
clipboard and paste it successfully in XG.
Maybe the user did not select the full string, for a 2 lines position it
important to copy the full line including the ³Position ID² part.
It could be that I am missing something but as far as I can see all is well
and good importing from GnuBG to XG (btw the reverse would be nice feature
to add in GnuBG ;-) )

On 01/01/10 4:49 PM, "Blu" <address@hidden> wrote:

> Copying to clipboard the Gnubg id generates an output like this:
> Position ID: 4HPwATDgc/ABMA
> Match ID: cAn1AAAAAAAA
> This is not compatible with import in other bots (i.e. eXtremeGammon), the
> string expected in this case is:
> 4HPwATDgc/ABMA:cAn1AAAAAAAA  (Position ID:Match ID) as seen in Gnubg screen.
> I suppose this is a recent change, because any months ago the format of the
> string copied to clipboard was correct.
> It¹s possible to restore the format as it was?
> Thank you.
> Andrea Garau
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