[Computer-go] Game records
mabramson at gmail.com
Sun Feb 23 14:45:17 PST 2014
I'm sorry, I downloaded a KGS game and I know see what you are talking
Erik van der Werf <erikvanderwerf at gmail.com> writes:
>I don't understand; for me the sgf format works fine for storing and
>retrieving timing information (using the properties Remi already
>pointed you at).
>I know some sgf editors fail to use the available sgf properties
>correctly, but that's not a fundamental problem with sgf. Perhaps you
>should try game records from another source?
>On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 6:15 PM, Myriam Abramson <mabramson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The sgf format gives the timestamp of when the game started, not the
>> timestamp of every move (possibly in milliseconds) so that won't do
>> Rémi Coulom <Remi.Coulom at free.fr> writes:
>> >Hi Myriam
>> >All the KGS game records have time stamps. And they are in sgf format (using BL and WL properties).
>> >On 14 févr. 2014, at 15:32, Myriam Abramson <mabramson at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Does anybody know where I could get game records with the timestamp of
>>>> every move? I know that the sgf format does not support that. It does
>>>> not have to be about the game of go necessarily. Thanks for any info.
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