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Subject: [Freeciv] Watch/study AI
From: Felix Natter <fnatter@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 19:59:00 +0100


I found this on freeciv-dev:

"Jason Short" <jdorje@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> You know that you can have a client watch the AI player directly?
>    ./civ -a -n foo & ./ser
>    /aitoggle foo
>    /start

in detail (watch one ai in ai vs ai):
- civserver
- server command: "create badguy"
- civclient -a -n goodguy
- server command: "aitoggle goodguy"
- server command: "start"

You can extend this to watch the 2nd (or more) ai (i.e. on different
computers in a network).

This will be pretty fast though. So if you really want to study the
AI, you need a delay or similar option (like specifying certain "pause"
events, i.e. a city production is changed, or a unit is fighting...).
How can I do this?

IMHO this tip (along with the answer to my question) should go into
the FAQ and/or user documentation.


Felix Natter
I love secs... for programming

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