buggnubg - Bugs: bug #32462, Analyse game while in progress

 
 

bug #32462: Analyse game while in progress

Submitted by:  None
Submitted on:  Sun 13 Feb 2011 06:57:06 PM UTC  
 
Originator Name: Roy JonesOriginator Email: -unavailable-
Item Group: Feature RequestCategory: Evaluations
Release: 0.90-develPrivacy: Public
Operating System: AllOS Type: None
Processor Type: NoneSeverity: 3 - Normal
Open/Closed: OpenAssigned to: None
Priority: 5 - NormalStatus: None

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Mon 14 Feb 2011 12:09:19 PM UTC, comment #1:

A workaround is to use two GnuBG windows, which I find very useful when analyzing prior games. While analyzing in one window, you can be playing a new game in the other.

Tom Martin <tom_martin>
Sun 13 Feb 2011 06:57:06 PM UTC, original submission:

On multiple-ply analyses, analysis after a game can take a long time.

An option to analyse moves in the background while the match is in progress (perhaps similar to Tutor mode, but without warnings or showing you the results of the analysis) would enable instant analysis at the end of the game.

Unlike Tutor mode, the analysis would not happen as soon as you play the move, since gnubg needs to compute its move without delay. But while you are thinking, it should be analysing your previous move, or however far it has got in your move list.

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