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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Including function to get matchid in the gnubg Python mo

From: Michael Petch
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Including function to get matchid in the gnubg Python module.
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2011 03:02:39 -0600
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I had been using some code that did this for quite some time. Until
yesterday I had never got around to cleaning it up enough to put into
CVS. I have done so, and will appear in the next windows build.

There are 3 new Python functions available - gnubgid, matchid, posinfo.

The module help should be enough to figure out how they are used.

On the todo list is an xgid function.


On 17/04/2010 6:51 AM, stormen wrote:
> Are there any plans to do this ?
> The bits for cubevalue, cubeownership, crawford flag, score can easily be
> obtained from gnubg.cubeinfo(), but to me it seems tedious to get all the
> remainng bits for constructing the matchid from the match data structure
> when I want the resulting Python function to return the matchid of the
> position at wherever one has navigated to in a match after analysis.
> I normally code in Java and am completely new to Python, but if someone
> provides a quick roadmap for what's needed, I am guessing very little, I
> will give it a shot if anyone else would find a gnubg.matchid() function
> useful. 

Michael Petch
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