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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Crash running a commad file. Python Example

From: Michael Petch
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Crash running a commad file. Python Example
Date: Mon, 03 Jun 2013 00:11:57 -0600
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A simply python example of what you are doing could look something like
the attached file

Python is already embedded inside of GNUBG, so no need to install python
separately. From a command line you could do something like:

"C:\Program Files (x86)\gnubg\gnubg-cli.exe" -q -p
"C:\path\to\43Z-reply.py" >c:\path\to\outputfile.txt

This will run the python script with gnubg-cli with sound turned off.
All the output will be directed to a specified output file. It is
important to use full path names.

Inside the script file you can also specify the path to save all the SGF
file for each of the positions that get analyzed.

This was quick and dirty, but might give you an example of what can be
achieved with some python code.

Michael Petch
GNU Backgammon Developer
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