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Pgn-Extract for XP

Postby Jim Ablett » 06 Oct 2004, 06:56

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Jim Ablett at 06 October 2004 07:56:44:

My XP compatible build of Pgn-Extract now has a download link on it's homepage.
Thanks David.
http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/people/staff/djb/extract.html
Regards,
Jim Ablett
Jim Ablett
 

Re: Pgn-Extract for XP

Postby Niyaz Khasanov » 06 Oct 2004, 07:41

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Niyaz Khasanov at 06 October 2004 08:41:01:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Pgn-Extract for XP geschrieben von:/posted by: Jim Ablett at 06 October 2004 07:56:44:
My XP compatible build of Pgn-Extract now has a download link on it's homepage.
Thanks David.
http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/people/staff/djb/extract.html
Regards,
Jim Ablett
Hello,
I seek an utility with the possibility to extract ALL (including transposed) duplicates to the Nth move (i.e. games that came to same positions at Nth move).
Not only to one position specified (I know it is possible), but to ALL double positions.
Has your PGN-Extract this possibilities?
If not, do you know an utility that can do it?
How difficult is to implement this option?
Niyaz Khasanov
 

Re: Pgn-Extract for XP

Postby Jim Ablett » 06 Oct 2004, 11:43

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Jim Ablett at 06 October 2004 12:43:24:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Re: Pgn-Extract for XP geschrieben von:/posted by: Niyaz Khasanov at 06 October 2004 08:41:01:
My XP compatible build of Pgn-Extract now has a download link on it's homepage.
Thanks David.
http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/people/staff/djb/extract.html
Regards,
Jim Ablett
Hello,
I seek an utility with the possibility to extract ALL (including transposed) duplicates to the Nth move (i.e. games that came to same positions at Nth move).
Not only to one position specified (I know it is possible), but to ALL double positions.
Has your PGN-Extract this possibilities?
If not, do you know an utility that can do it?
How difficult is to implement this option?
Hi Niyaz, I'm no expert on Pgn-Extract - the author is David Barnes (email address on Pgn-extract homepage) but I believe this is possible. You can set upper and lower bounds of 'num' moves and equal to 'num' moves and extract the duplicate moves. View the readme with the program for all options. If it can't be done with pgn-extract, I doubt whether it can.
Regards,
Jim.
Jim Ablett
 

Thank you! (n/t)

Postby Niyaz Khasanov » 06 Oct 2004, 13:19

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Niyaz Khasanov at 06 October 2004 14:19:44:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Re: Pgn-Extract for XP geschrieben von:/posted by: Jim Ablett at 06 October 2004 12:43:24:
Niyaz Khasanov
 

Re: Pgn-Extract for XP

Postby Norm Pollock » 06 Oct 2004, 17:33

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Norm Pollock at 06 October 2004 18:33:21:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Re: Pgn-Extract for XP geschrieben von:/posted by: Jim Ablett at 06 October 2004 12:43:24:
My XP compatible build of Pgn-Extract now has a download link on it's homepage.
Thanks David.
http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/people/staff/djb/extract.html
Regards,
Jim Ablett
Hello,
I seek an utility with the possibility to extract ALL (including transposed) duplicates to the Nth move (i.e. games that came to same positions at Nth move).
Not only to one position specified (I know it is possible), but to ALL double positions.
Has your PGN-Extract this possibilities?
If not, do you know an utility that can do it?
How difficult is to implement this option?
Hi Niyaz, I'm no expert on Pgn-Extract - the author is David Barnes (email address on Pgn-extract homepage) but I believe this is possible. You can set upper and lower bounds of 'num' moves and equal to 'num' moves and extract the duplicate moves. View the readme with the program for all options. If it can't be done with pgn-extract, I doubt whether it can.
Regards,
Jim.
I use pgn-extract often. I use it to detect duplicates. I then use Scid to remove one of the duplicates. Is it possible for pgn-extract to not only detect the duplicate, but also to remove it?
Norm Pollock
 

Re: Pgn-Extract for XP

Postby Jim Ablett » 06 Oct 2004, 18:23

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Jim Ablett at 06 October 2004 19:23:51:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Re: Pgn-Extract for XP geschrieben von:/posted by: Norm Pollock at 06 October 2004 18:33:21:
My XP compatible build of Pgn-Extract now has a download link on it's homepage.
Thanks David.
http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/people/staff/djb/extract.html
Regards,
Jim Ablett
Hello,
I seek an utility with the possibility to extract ALL (including transposed) duplicates to the Nth move (i.e. games that came to same positions at Nth move).
Not only to one position specified (I know it is possible), but to ALL double positions.
Has your PGN-Extract this possibilities?
If not, do you know an utility that can do it?
How difficult is to implement this option?
Hi Niyaz, I'm no expert on Pgn-Extract - the author is David Barnes (email address on Pgn-extract homepage) but I believe this is possible. You can set upper and lower bounds of 'num' moves and equal to 'num' moves and extract the duplicate moves. View the readme with the program for all options. If it can't be done with pgn-extract, I doubt whether it can.
Regards,
Jim.
I use pgn-extract often. I use it to detect duplicates. I then use Scid to remove one of the duplicates. Is it possible for pgn-extract to not only detect the duplicate, but also to remove it?
Hi Norm, quoting from the Pgn-extract readme, this does seem possible > I quote >
--------------------------------------------------
'...Duplicate Games (-d and -D, plus -Z)
If either the -d or -D flag is used, pgn-extract attempts to recognise
duplicate extracted games. Using the -d flag indicates that you wish copies
of the duplicate games to be written to the indicated file:
pgn-extract -ddupes.pgn -ounique.pgn file.pgn
will extract from file.pgn the unique set of games into unique.pgn and the
duplicates (i.e., the second and subsequent copies of a game) to dupes.pgn.
A comment identifying in which file a duplicate was found precedes the
first duplicate found in that file and each duplicate game has a prefix
comment indicating the file in which the first version was found..... '
--------------------------------------------------
So you will end up with a cleaned 'unique.pgn' containing only unique moves and 'dupes.pgn' containing all the removed duplicate games.
Regards,
Jim.
Jim Ablett
 

Thanks n/t

Postby Norm Pollock » 06 Oct 2004, 19:26

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Norm Pollock at 06 October 2004 20:26:10:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Re: Pgn-Extract for XP geschrieben von:/posted by: Jim Ablett at 06 October 2004 19:23:51:
My XP compatible build of Pgn-Extract now has a download link on it's homepage.
Thanks David.
http://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/people/staff/djb/extract.html
Regards,
Jim Ablett
Hello,
I seek an utility with the possibility to extract ALL (including transposed) duplicates to the Nth move (i.e. games that came to same positions at Nth move).
Not only to one position specified (I know it is possible), but to ALL double positions.
Has your PGN-Extract this possibilities?
If not, do you know an utility that can do it?
How difficult is to implement this option?
Hi Niyaz, I'm no expert on Pgn-Extract - the author is David Barnes (email address on Pgn-extract homepage) but I believe this is possible. You can set upper and lower bounds of 'num' moves and equal to 'num' moves and extract the duplicate moves. View the readme with the program for all options. If it can't be done with pgn-extract, I doubt whether it can.
Regards,
Jim.
I use pgn-extract often. I use it to detect duplicates. I then use Scid to remove one of the duplicates. Is it possible for pgn-extract to not only detect the duplicate, but also to remove it?
Hi Norm, quoting from the Pgn-extract readme, this does seem possible > I quote >
--------------------------------------------------
'...Duplicate Games (-d and -D, plus -Z)
If either the -d or -D flag is used, pgn-extract attempts to recognise
duplicate extracted games. Using the -d flag indicates that you wish copies
of the duplicate games to be written to the indicated file:
pgn-extract -ddupes.pgn -ounique.pgn file.pgn
will extract from file.pgn the unique set of games into unique.pgn and the
duplicates (i.e., the second and subsequent copies of a game) to dupes.pgn.
A comment identifying in which file a duplicate was found precedes the
first duplicate found in that file and each duplicate game has a prefix
comment indicating the file in which the first version was found..... '
--------------------------------------------------
So you will end up with a cleaned 'unique.pgn' containing only unique moves and 'dupes.pgn' containing all the removed duplicate games.
Regards,
Jim.
Norm Pollock
 

Re: Pgn-Extract for XP

Postby Alex Guerrero » 06 Oct 2004, 23:08

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Alex Guerrero at 07 October 2004 00:08:43:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Pgn-Extract for XP geschrieben von:/posted by: Jim Ablett at 06 October 2004 07:56:44:

Original pgn-extract functions well in Windows XP.
I has problems in Windows98 and Millenium.
Has your program some difference?
Alex Guerrero
 

Re: Pgn-Extract for XP

Postby Jim Ablett » 07 Oct 2004, 10:41

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Jim Ablett at 07 October 2004 11:41:29:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Re: Pgn-Extract for XP geschrieben von:/posted by: Alex Guerrero at 07 October 2004 00:08:43:
Original pgn-extract functions well in Windows XP.
I has problems in Windows98 and Millenium.
Has your program some difference?
Hi Alex,
The original dos compile of Pgn-extract never worked for me with XP - I always received this error message .. >
'exiting due to signal SIGSEGV
general protection fault at eip=00018blf ......'
I re-compiled the source code on my XP machine using Open Watcom and it works
perfectly. I tested dos version and XP version on Windows ME - both work fine for me. Try XP version on your Win98/Me and let me know how you get on.
Regards,
Jim
Jim Ablett
 

Re: Pgn-Extract for XP

Postby Alex Guerrero » 08 Oct 2004, 03:04

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Alex Guerrero at 08 October 2004 04:04:32:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Re: Pgn-Extract for XP geschrieben von:/posted by: Jim Ablett at 07 October 2004 11:41:29:

Hi Jim.
I have tested your pgn-extract and it does not function to me in WindowsME in searchs by labels, it cleans well pgns and functions well searching Material and Positions, however is same problem I have with original version but there is one difference, your program searchs the labels but finds nothing while original program indicates a error.
I will follow doing tests.
Regards.
Alex Guerrero
 

Re: Pgn-Extract for XP

Postby Jim Ablett » 08 Oct 2004, 06:35

Geschrieben von:/Posted by: Jim Ablett at 08 October 2004 07:35:55:
Als Antwort auf:/In reply to: Re: Pgn-Extract for XP geschrieben von:/posted by: Alex Guerrero at 08 October 2004 04:04:32:
Hi Jim.
I have tested your pgn-extract and it does not function to me in WindowsME in searchs by labels, it cleans well pgns and functions well searching Material and Positions, however is same problem I have with original version but there is one difference, your program searchs the labels but finds nothing while original program indicates a error.
I will follow doing tests.
Regards.
Thanks Alex, I'll do some label search tests on my systems and see if I get the same errors.
Regards,
Jim.
Jim Ablett
 


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