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Translate placing a stone in one program into placing a stone in another.
Translate stone played by opponent in 2nd program into placing a stone in 1st.
1 optional task:
Update time remaining variable in 1st program every time a stone played is transferred between the two programs.
Deadline: June 9th, maybe 10th (Could be extended to the 16th if no offers are received quickly)
I am a Go player.
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I play Go using one program (CGoban 3), but I need to play using another whose interface I dislike (TygemBaduk).
CGoban3: [url removed, login to view]
TygemBaduk: [url removed, login to view] (Contains download for client under Direct File Download)
I would like to know if it is possible to have a program create an sgf file (Standard Go game record file), open it in CGoban (using Edit file) and transfer a click (stone played) on that board to playing a stone in the other program, Tygem.
This transfer would have to be done in less than a second.
I am playing in a long tournament for this coming weekend through the first weekend of July which will involve approximately 20 1-3 hour long games, and the Tygem interface hurts my head.
Transferring opponent's stone played on Tygem (when it is played) back into the CGoban file within a second is also desired.
Also, it would be desirable to keep the Tygem window in the background so that I only see and interact with CGoban when placing stones.
This should (hopefully) be fairly simple if the right methods are found.
There must be no mistakes in stones being played on the wrong coordinate.
The program probably also requires an initialization function telling it when it is wanted translate a particular Tygem game, and which one, onto CGoban.
I am not sure how to go about recognizing stones played on Tygem, or playing them on Tygem, but CGoban uses sgf format files, which are essentially x-y coordinate based text files and quite easy to understand. Working with linking actions in CGoban with actions in Tygem might be the harder part.
As an optional, additional nice task, the time remaining on Tygem for opponent or myself could be updated when the respective player plays a move to display on CGoban (using the time remaining variable in the sgf file).
However, this may be too difficult to do or do quickly, since getting the CGoban file to display the time remaining on the clock might involve modifying the file, then reopening it. Spitting out text in the comment box of the time remaining might be an okay alternative.....
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