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Subject: Re: One more time Delphi and UCI

Author: Martin Bauer

Date: 01:05:12 04/22/02

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On April 22, 2002 at 02:02:01, Tony Werten wrote:

>So why do you use it ? Just a thought, try winboard.

I want to play my engine with the Fritz7 GUI. Okay, you can use the Winboard
Adapter, but UCI is the official protokol (beside *.eng) in Fritz7. (This told
chessbase to me).

>My code only gives this when you're trying to read from the stdin but it is not
>started with a pipe. But then again, my code doesn't use a thread object.

The first commands are successfull. My engine starts correctly:

Gui -> Engine: uci
Engine -> Gui: id name minimax
Engine -> Gui: id author martin bauer
Engine -> Gui: option name Hash type spin default 1 min 1 max 128
Engine -> Gui: uciok
Gui -> Engine: setoption name Hash value 1
Engine -> Gui: isready
Gui -> Engine: readyok
Gui -> Engine: position startpos moves f2f3
Gui -> Engine: go btime 3600000 wtime 3600000

Now I start the calculating procedure and then while calculating it crashes
after about 1sec.

What do you mean with the pipe? Are you talking about named pipes?


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