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bug #37217: Rollout output should include JSD of plays and why rollout stopped

Submitter:  Michael Petch <mdpetch>
Submitted:  Tue 28 Aug 2012 09:25:02 PM UTC
Originator Name:  Leo Bueno Item Group:  * Feature Request
Category:  * Other Release:  * 0.90-devel
Privacy:  Public Operating System:  * All
Severity:  * 3 - Normal Open/Closed:  Open
Assigned to:  None Priority:  5 - Normal
Status:  None
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Tue 28 Aug 2012 09:25:02 PM UTC, original submission:  

The GNUbg rollout printouts could be a lot more informative if they included a little additional information: the JSD of the plays and an indication of why the rollout stopped.

Take a look at the rollout below. Note that the number of games rolled was roughly 500. That was because I set the rollout to terminate when the JSDs reached 4 (a treshhold I understand to be fairly high).

I think that informatino would be very useful to know in the rollout results, otherwise one is left to wonder why the rollout stopped.

Original request found here:

Michael Petch <mdpetch>
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