Gogui is a graphical interface to programs that play
the game of Go and use the Go Text Protocol (GTP),
such as GNU Go. GoGui has special features
that are useful for Go program developers.
gogui GoGui is a graphical interface to programs that play the game of Go and use GTP (Go Text Protocol). This reference describes only the command line arguments for... gogui-adapter Go Text Protocol adapter for logging or protocol translations. The argument program is a command line for the Go program . The adapter keeps its own board state... gogui-client Connects to a Go program supporting Go Text Protocol on a remote computer, with host name hostname on port port, and connects the network output and input... gogui-convert Convert SGF and Jago XML Go game files to other formats. gogui-display Go Text Protocol adapter showing the current board in a window. If no program argument is given, the adapter generates answers to genmove commands by waiting... gogui-dummy Dummy Go program supporting GTP (Go Text Protocol) for testing GTP controllers. Plays random moves. Never plays at a point at which already a move was made... gogui-regress Runs a list of regression tests for a Go program supporting the Go Text Protocol, and formats the output as HTML. The regression tests are GTP files, which use... gogui-server Runs a Go program supporting the Go Text Protocol by executing program, and connects its input and output to a listen socket on port number port of the local... gogui-statistics gogui-statistics runs a a set of commands for a Go program supporting the Go Text Protocol on each position of Go game collections. The results are stored in... gogui-terminal Simple text based interface to Go programs supporting the Go Text Protocol. The argument program is a command line for the Go program . The interface keeps... gogui-thumbnailer Create SGF thumbnails according to the Thumbnail Managing Standard from freedesktop.org. This allows the user to preview the SGF files in file managers... gogui-twogtp Adapter program for playing games between two Go programs supporting GTP (Go Text Protocol). Optional observer and referee GTP Go programs can be used for...