No, I don't distort anything. It is you that affirms things without having any base. You said it here that Movei derived from TSCP. There is no distortion. Simple.Uri Blass wrote:Note thatMacumba wrote:Uri Blass wrote:I see that the baron is included in the scratch engines.Sedat Canbaz wrote:I published SCCT Scratch Rating (a few minutes ago):
Note that so far approx. 2700 games are already played
And the scratch engine database includes 113 games lost on time
That means in every 100 games, there is possibility to see 3-4 games forfeits on time (the number is not too big, honestly I expected much more...)
Those games which are lost on time are mainly belong to Djinn v1.008 (39 games), without those lost games on time, probably Djinn would be in Top 20
Since today, I started testing only the Top 20 scratch engines
Soon I will test a few scratch engines more (Jazz,Milady,Neurone...)
Games and more info coming soon!
Note that I read that the baron started from tscp.
Note that I started from some code from tscp but not from some working code(For example the code that I started did not include something of the evaluation function of tscp) so it is not the same for movei.
I do not claim that the version of baron that you test is similiar to tscp
but it may be interesting to know results by the similiarity tool.
Baron is completely original. I suppose this kind of affirmation remembers me about your fantastic move 1. h3!!.
Any real chess programmer, who knows Richard Pijl, not you of course, can affirm without any doubt that new Baron was created from scratch. Your Movei is derived from TSCP because you said it openly here.
I find it so silly, that I suppose Richard will pass this. My goodness, the things that I have to read here!
I did not say that the new baron include something from tscp but only that baron started from tscp.
From the page that miguel gave:
"Although all of Tom's original code has gone now, it gave me the opportunity to quickly build a working program."
I admit openly that I started from some code of tscp that did not include evaluation function or move generator that it is clearly less than what Richard admitted.
You distort my words when you say that I admit openly that movei is a tscp derivative.
If we define chess code as code that is relevant only for chess and not for other games then
I think that there was never chess code that is common for movei and tscp(unless you consider some names of variables to be chess code).
The common pv array that movei use and also tscp use is not a chess code because it can be used also for other games and I do not consider the way that I store moves to be chess code(originally by struct like tscp and later I replaced it by integer)
I guess that when richard said that all of Tom's original code has gone now he meant only to chess code and I doubt that he replaced every line to see that there is no common lines between the baron and tscp.
As always, you guess wrongly. Richard is an original chess programmer and his code is completely created from scratch, programe that you won't have.
End of story.