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RE: [Bug-gnubg] snowietxt

From: Alain Redlinger
Subject: RE: [Bug-gnubg] snowietxt
Date: Tue, 12 May 2009 10:59:49 +0200

I encountered the same problem because I am interested in trying to generate 
variants of a position by software. Since I could not
easily understand the richer "sgf" gnubg file format, I tried to figure out the 
snowie text file format.

The file is made of several fields one the same line, separated by semicolons.

1       Match length, 0 means unlimited (money game)
2       1 means Jacoby rule applies, 0 otherwise.
3       Could not figure out this one!
4       0 = money game, 1 = match game.
5       Player on roll 0 = first player, 1 = second player.
6       First Player name.
7       Second Player name.
8       1 = Crawford game, 0 otherwise.
9       Score for first player.
10      Score for second player.
11      Cube value
12      Cube ownership: 1 = player-on-roll, 0 = centred, -1 = 
13      Player-on-roll’s number of chequers on the bar. 
14..37  Points 1 to 24. The numbering is from the point of view of the player 
on roll. Values: 0 = empty, otherwise, absolute value
= number of checkers on this point, positive value means belonging to player on 
roll, negative value belonging to player
38      Player-not-on-roll’s number of chequers on the bar.
39,40   Current dice values: (0,0) = not rolled.

Hope this helps
Best regards
Alain Redlinger

-----Message d'origine-----
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[mailto:address@hidden De la part de Christian Anthon
Envoyé : mardi 12 mai 2009 10:28
À : Fredrik Ernander
Cc : address@hidden
Objet : Re: [Bug-gnubg] snowietxt

Fredrik Ernander wrote:
> In the software it is possible to export the positions as snowietxt
> and I am trying to find a specification for the file format? Could
> somebody point me to some documentation of that?

I'm not sure if any documentation exists. I'm guessing the export code
was created by expection of snowietext files.

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