- Updated Wednesday, March 26th 2014 @ 10:46:26
I made a little setup for myself where I have my own bots fight each other and have a file which keeps track of the ELO.
I figured it might really help some people if they wish to have a simulation of like 100 matches against some of my earlier and later bots (I'm now in the 40's), or 2 of your bots.
I am not sure if this is against the rules of the website, please let me know or just close the topic.
For now, I only support Python but I suppose I can run C++/Java as well.
DeveloperCreated Wednesday, March 26th 2014 @ 10:44:39
Sure, if people want to do this, no problem. It is not against the rules of the site. But they should keep in mind that you have access to their code then ;)
- Updated Wednesday, March 26th 2014 @ 10:58:36
Yea, that is true. I was thinking of a way to make it lockable, but as it has to be interpreted I don't think it is possible :/
Also, if people are interested in the tournament script let me know. It requires Python, and it requires you to add bots to the roster manually (add "mybot 1500").
Oh, and it roughly takes 1.2 seconds per match :)
- Created Wednesday, March 26th 2014 @ 19:47:11
I've done similar for Java, just by modifying the RunGame Main method in the conquest engine - since the input is jar files it can hide peoples code if they don't include them in the jar file i believe? I'd also be willing to upload the main method I have, or even the entire conquest engine modified to remove the bits that might not be required for home testing (eg. all the database and output stuff) in a git branch perhaps.
- Updated Friday, March 28th 2014 @ 03:14:45
EDIT: Nevermind. I found how to set it up here: http://theaigames.com/discussions/warlight-ai-challenge/531d912a5d203c346d8b45a4/compiling-java-source/1/show
@Dualinity Could you please post how you set up your local setup? I'm trying to set one up on my own with the Java game engine they posted, and I'm kind-of lost. If you do post how to set it up that would beyond great! :)
(And contrary to my avatar I'm doing this through ssh on my Ubuntu server, not windows)
- Created Monday, April 14th 2014 @ 11:47:57