[Computer-go] Observing a game in GoGui that's running on KGS/CGOS
contact at urbanhafner.com
Thu Mar 12 05:37:38 PDT 2015
A follow up question. What if the bot is running on a remote machine (say
an AWS EC2 instance) and I want to observe locally? Obviously I can't use
gogui-display anymore. Is that what gogui-server and gogui-client are for?
So I would run gogui-server SOMEOPTIONS "program" on the remote instance as
the "engine" for the CGOS or KGS client and then run gogui-client locally
On Mon, Mar 9, 2015 at 8:53 AM, Urban Hafner <contact at urbanhafner.com>
> Yes, that it!
> Thank you, Rémi.
> On Sun, Mar 8, 2015 at 6:12 PM, Rémi Coulom <remi.coulom at free.fr> wrote:
>> On 03/08/2015 10:04 AM, Urban Hafner wrote:
>>> Hey everyone,
>>> I'd like to display some statistics from my bot as an overlay for the
>>> current board. Using live graphics on GoGui is probably the easiest way to
>>> do it. I just need to run the bot in GoGui and emit the proper commands on
>>> Now my question is if there's a way to do that for games that are being
>>> played on CGOS or KGS. I'm wondering if this is possible with just GoGui
>>> and the tools it provides. After all you can pass gogui-twogtp as the
>>> "program" to GoGui and observe a game played by two bots. Is there maybe a
>>> possible combination of GoGui commands to have GoGui somehow "in the
>>> middle" between the CGOS/KGS client and the bot? That way I imagine the
>>> commands on stderr could be displayed in GoGui while the other stuff passes
>>> right through to the client.
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