[Computer-go] kgs-genmove_cleanup again

Petr Baudis pasky at ucw.cz
Mon Mar 29 01:16:16 PDT 2010


On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 12:20:03AM -0700, William Shubert wrote:
> The difference is that humans can talk with each other to resolve
> differences. Computers can't. So they must follow a stricter set of
> rules.

Yes, but if human plays with a computer, it can't talk to the computer
either.

> Alain has it right. :) I don't see what will go wrong if you change your
> program to implement the cleanup command correctly. The original email
> game a log of what happened in a game that ended up wrongly scored, but
> admits that the program hadn't followed the cleanup protocol fully. If
> it did, then the game would have been correctly scored. So the problems
> look to me to be in the program, not in the protocol.

Ok! I just thought the protocol could be easily modified to be more
user-friendly. I will change Pachi.

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