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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Suggestions

From: Christian Anthon
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Suggestions
Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2009 13:46:29 +0100
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Misja Alma wrote:
> Hi,
> Now that everybody is listing their suggestions, I would like to add
> mine as well:
> 1. Saving rollout info in .sgf files. Massimiliano mentioned this as
> well. Right now when I want to send a rollout to somebody, I have to
> send exported HTML files, which is unhandy.
The info is there already if you don't save as position, and start the
rollout in the analysis panel. Displaying it in the gui in a handy way
is what is missing.
> 2. Batch rollouts. Both for a complete match (with some option for
> specifying thresholds; maybe not only errors but also everything which
> is close, or all cube decisions), and also for multiple positions.
> Actually when 1. is implemented it would be easier to batch rollout
> positions since they could automatically be saved.
Thresholds sucks for doing batch rollouts. On the one hand, suppose that
you have made a double-whopper-cheese-with-sides kind of error according
to 2ply. No rollout is ever going to make you right. On the other hand,
suppose you have some super close non-contact moves. Rolling them out is
probably a waste of your precious cpu cycles. So both large and small
thresholds sucks. Marking what you want to roll out is the only
reasonable way as far as I can see.


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