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Subject: Re: One more time Delphi and UCI

Author: Tony Werten

Date: 07:32:40 04/22/02

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On April 22, 2002 at 04:05:12, Martin Bauer wrote:

>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).

May be, but it's easier to get this to work in an evironment you can debug
Furthermore, if you get it winboard compatible you can run under winboard and

>>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?

Yes, that's how internally the stuff is setup. It shouldn't be of your concern.



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