Monkeyjump is a program for messing around with GNU Go and SGF-files.
I wrote it back in 2005 but decided to release it in 2013, since it was somewhat fun.
- Author: Alexander Rødseth firstname.lastname@example.org
- License: GPL2
- Version: 0.5
Checkout the project and run:
click to place a stone g to view the last placed stone z to pass (for white) f to view the final score backspace to clear the board and start a new game q to quit u to undo e estimates the score
- GNU Go is a program that can play Go
- The term "monkeyjump" is used in Go
- Go is an approximately 4000 year old game
- Search the web for "igo", "baduk", "weichi" or "go" for more info about Go Here's the Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Go_(board_game)
What can I use it for?
- Interfacing GNU Go via GTP (the program speaks GTP for you)
- Guessing your way through professional games you might have stored as SGF
- Playing Go against GNU Go, while beeing able to edit the board at any time (this means you have to check for yourself if your move is valid)
- Avoiding Cgoban1 and/or the ascii-interface of GNU Go (Cgoban2 doesn't seem to support GNU Go directly)
- Stepping through an SGF-file
- Saving the pattern of the white stones as an image
- Saving basic SGF-files
- Playing with patterns of stones
- Checking what GNU Go would have played
- Python2 and Pygame (Psyco is optional)
- GnuGo or another GTP-speaking go-playing computer program
- Edit the file "gnugocmd.conf" in order to enable your favorite gtp-compatible program ("gnugo --mode gtp" should work).
- Edit the file "keybindings.conf", so that you know what all the keys does.
- Start the program. You can give a board size as the first argument (9, 13 and 19 are common)
- Loading SGF-files doesn't always give the correct positions. Patches and pull requests are welcome.