GNU Go Documentation
6.5.1 Functions which manipulate a Gameinfo
All the functions in the engine that manipulate Gameinfos have names
gameinfo_. Here is a complete list, as prototyped in
void gameinfo_clear(Gameinfo *ginfo, int boardsize, float komi)
void gameinfo_print(Gameinfo *ginfo)
Print a gameinfo.
void gameinfo_load_sgfheader(Gameinfo *gameinfo, SGFNode *head)
Reads header info from sgf structure and sets the appropriate variables.
void gameinfo_play_move(Gameinfo *ginfo, int i, int j, int color)
Make a move in the game. Return 1 if the move was legal. In that
case the move is actually done. Otherwise return 0.
int gameinfo_play_sgftree_rot(Gameinfo *gameinfo, SGFNode *head, const char *untilstr, int orientation)
Play the moves in an SGF tree. Walk the main variation, actioning the
properties into the playing board. Returns the color of the next move to be
made. Head is an sgf tree. Untilstr is an optional string of the form either
'L12' or '120' which tells it to stop playing at that move or move
number. When debugging, this is the location of the move being examined.
int gameinfo_play_sgftree(Gameinfo *gameinfo, SGFNode *head, const char *untilstr)
Same as previous function, using standard orientation.