How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Go Application Update

My Go application is moving along slowly. But moving nonetheless. The datastructures are done, the turn taking logic is done, but the only move logic I've got is that it throws an exception if you try and place a stone where another stone already is. So next will be liberties counting, which I'm kinda dreading... it's not hard per se, but it's hard to do it effeciently. And no, I haven't started work on a GUI. That I'm saving for much later.

Anyone who wants to contribute code, suggestions, or graphics, let me know.

Oh, and no, I'm not going to be making an AI for this. Why? Because I'm not insane. I'm thinking about ripping the AI out of gnugo and making it a standalone process and using pipes. 'Course, that'll remove the javaness of the application, but you know what? I don't care. Go AIs are extremely complex.

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