Minibot?

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Yes, I run 2 clients. More specifically 2 machines, both of which run roborumble and meleerumble, one of this additionally runs meleeTop30. As far as I can see, they have identical relevant software configuration.

I do not get it: microrumble and nanorumble seems to be fine with either of the clients, but minirumble is populated with megabots. Any idea what is going on?

As fat as I see after some tests, it is not a particular client issue. At start up, either of the clients cleans the mess, i.e. removes bogus entries. But then as it runs, it reintroduces them.

Also, both clients complain:

Could not load properties file: ./roborumble/files/codesize1v1.txt

I will report it to Fnl again.

Beaming (talk)12:41, 5 September 2014

I think I managed to fix the last part of the bug. I made a version 1.9.2.3 here, which is not official (yet). If it works, I will release it pretty much as it is. If not, I will need to work much harder to figure out what causes the problem?!

Fnl (talk)22:22, 7 September 2014

Thanks Fnl.

Now we wait till Skilgannon switches accepted clients in rumble.

Beaming (talk)23:29, 7 September 2014

1.9.2.3 is now accepted for uploads. I'll disable 1.9.2.2 when it is officially released.

Skilgannon (talk)18:03, 8 September 2014

Hi Fnl I've tried the client out a bit, and it seems to correctly remove bots at the beginning of each round, however it doesn't respect codesize for minibots when deciding which rumbles the results of a battle should be uploaded to. This may be due to the priority battles for that rumble requesting those bots, I'm not sure.

Skilgannon (talk)19:19, 8 September 2014

Yep, but why is the mciro and nano rumbles are fine? There must be something special about the miniruble.

Beaming (talk)20:01, 8 September 2014
 

I will dig into the RoboRumble client sources. I haven't touched RR for a long time, so it is odd that it causes problems with newer versions. Perhaps the change was made around version 1.9.0.0? Anyways. I hope it is okay to upload newer 1.9.2.3 version to check if the problems is fixed when I make new fixes/adjustments to the code? :-)

Fnl (talk)20:40, 8 September 2014
 

I am not able to find any obvious bugs on the client side that could cause this trouble. I checked all changes on the RoboRumble client sources since version 1.8.2.0. Could it be some configuration issue or a change on the server side?

Fnl (talk)21:50, 8 September 2014
 

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Dear Fnl,

It looks like this release fixed the situation. I do not see anything wrong with the minirumble anymore.

Thanks a lot for your effort.

Beaming (talk)00:03, 13 September 2014

Phew. This one was a hard one to fix. It was almost a one-liner bug, but still hard to find. :-) I will make a official release as soon as possible - hopefully later today. :-)

Fnl (talk)09:15, 15 September 2014

Thank you very much Fnl :-) I will disable uploads for 1.9.2.2 as soon as you make the new official release.

Skilgannon (talk)12:51, 15 September 2014

Robocode 1.9.2.3 has just been released. :-)

Fnl (talk)19:13, 15 September 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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