- Created Saturday, December 20th 2014 @ 22:57:08
I just signed up and feel a bit lost. Is there a way to test your bot against a vanilla bot offline rather than online in the leaderboards, like how you could do in the Google AI Challenge?
- Created Saturday, December 20th 2014 @ 22:58:38
I have no idea how to get started...ha ha.
- Created Sunday, December 21st 2014 @ 16:45:47
When you upload your bot it plays a test macht against a simple bot.
- Created Sunday, December 21st 2014 @ 22:12:23
What I meant is how to test your bot against another bot offline/no browser/no internet. This https://github.com/theaigames/poker-engine is what I was looking for.
I compiled but when I run it (on Windows) there is no action and I get "Error: Could not find or load main class nl.starapple.backend.RunPoker" in the err.txt file.
What is problem? Thanks for helping me out.
DeveloperCreated Sunday, December 21st 2014 @ 23:04:36
You get that when the classpaths aren't set right. How are you running it? Eclipse or compiling as described in the README on github?
- Created Monday, December 22nd 2014 @ 00:46:29
I'm following the README on github.
C:\Users\Chris\Desktop\AI Challenge>java nl.starapple.backend.RunPoker 2000 BotStarter.java BotStarter.java 2>err.txt 1>out.txt
- Created Wednesday, December 24th 2014 @ 23:39:10
I still haven't figured it out. Any help is appreciated!
DeveloperCreated Thursday, December 25th 2014 @ 00:23:12
Um yea the best way is to look up the problem on google, because it is a general Java problem. You probably have your folders wrong or where you run the command from, but I can't see that from here.
- Created Sunday, December 28th 2014 @ 08:34:23
Hey. I couldn't get information and question/answer posts to piece it together. I'll ask for help when my semester starts up again, it just being my lack of knowledge with using the command prompt. I've just been creating new versions to update my bot, so that's why my version is already over 50, ha ha.
Anyways, I was wondering what resources does my bot have? I know that I can call information from BotState.java, and was wondering if that was it. I can't find/figure out how to tell which state of the game is it (ie. Preflop, Flop, Turn, and River).
- Created Tuesday, December 30th 2014 @ 22:21:55
you just need to get into the classes directory it created.... then that line should work so from the same directory that you did the other stuff on github, just do cd classes and then that line