Fix a bug where fathom would cause all winning multi-PV lines to be the same.
[remoteglot] / remoteglot.pl
index b466d4d..9439a4b 100755 (executable)
@@ -220,7 +220,7 @@ sub handle_fics {
                for my $pos ($pos_waiting, $pos_calculating) {
                        next if (!defined($pos));
                        if ($pos->fen() eq $pos_for_movelist->fen()) {
-                               $pos->{'pretty_history'} = \@pretty_movelist;
+                               $pos->{'history'} = \@pretty_movelist;
                        }
                }
                $getting_movelist = 0;
@@ -291,7 +291,11 @@ sub handle_pgn {
                        }
 
                        $pgn->parse_game({ save_comments => 'yes' });
-                       my $pos = Position->start_pos($pgn->white, $pgn->black);
+                       my $white = $pgn->white;
+                       my $black = $pgn->black;
+                       $white =~ s/,.*//;  # Remove first name.
+                       $black =~ s/,.*//;  # Remove first name.
+                       my $pos = Position->start_pos($white, $black);
                        my $moves = $pgn->moves;
                        my @uci_moves = ();
                        my @repretty_moves = ();
@@ -305,8 +309,10 @@ sub handle_pgn {
                                push @repretty_moves, $pretty;
                                $pos = $npos;
                        }
-                       $pos->{'result'} = $pgn->result;
-                       $pos->{'pretty_history'} = \@repretty_moves;
+                       if ($pgn->result eq '1-0' || $pgn->result eq '1/2-1/2' || $pgn->result eq '0-1') {
+                               $pos->{'result'} = $pgn->result;
+                       }
+                       $pos->{'history'} = \@repretty_moves;
 
                        extract_clock($pgn, $pos);
 
@@ -552,6 +558,13 @@ sub complete_using_tbprobe {
        if (exists($pos->{'tbprobe_cache'}{$key})) {
                @moves = $pos->{'tbprobe_cache'}{$key};
        } else {
+               if ($mpv ne '') {
+                       # Force doing at least one move of the PV.
+                       my $move = shift @pv;
+                       push @moves, $move;
+                       $pos = $pos->make_move(parse_uci_move($move));
+               }
+
                while ($pos->num_pieces() > 6 && $#pv > -1) {
                        my $move = shift @pv;
                        push @moves, $move;
@@ -838,9 +851,7 @@ sub output_json {
        $json->{'tbhits'} = $info->{'tbhits'};
        $json->{'seldepth'} = $info->{'seldepth'};
        $json->{'tablebase'} = $info->{'tablebase'};
-
-       $json->{'pv_uci'} = $info->{'pv'};  # Still needs to be there for the JS to calculate arrows; only for the primary PV, though!
-       $json->{'pv_pretty'} = [ prettyprint_pv($pos_calculating, @{$info->{'pv'}}) ];
+       $json->{'pv'} = [ prettyprint_pv($pos_calculating, @{$info->{'pv'}}) ];
 
        my %refutation_lines = ();
        my @refutation_lines = ();
@@ -856,12 +867,11 @@ sub output_json {
                                my $pv = $info->{'pv' . $mpv};
                                my $pretty_move = join('', prettyprint_pv($pos_calculating, $pv->[0]));
                                my @pretty_pv = prettyprint_pv($pos_calculating, @$pv);
-                               $refutation_lines{$pv->[0]} = {
-                                       sort_key => $pretty_move,
+                               $refutation_lines{$pretty_move} = {
                                        depth => $info->{'depth' . $mpv},
                                        score => score_digest($info, $pos_calculating, $mpv),
-                                       pretty_move => $pretty_move,
-                                       pv_pretty => \@pretty_pv,
+                                       move => $pretty_move,
+                                       pv => \@pretty_pv,
                                };
                        };
                }
@@ -869,13 +879,13 @@ sub output_json {
        $json->{'refutation_lines'} = \%refutation_lines;
 
        # Piece together historic score information, to the degree we have it.
-       if (!$historic_json_only && exists($pos_calculating->{'pretty_history'})) {
+       if (!$historic_json_only && exists($pos_calculating->{'history'})) {
                my %score_history = ();
 
                my $q = $dbh->prepare('SELECT * FROM scores WHERE id=?');
                my $pos = Position->start_pos('white', 'black');
                my $halfmove_num = 0;
-               for my $move (@{$pos_calculating->{'pretty_history'}}) {
+               for my $move (@{$pos_calculating->{'history'}}) {
                        my $id = id_for_pos($pos, $halfmove_num);
                        my $ref = $dbh->selectrow_hashref($q, undef, $id);
                        if (defined($ref)) {
@@ -912,6 +922,7 @@ sub output_json {
        }
 
        # Give out a list of other games going on. (Empty is fine.)
+       # TODO: Don't bother reading our own file, the data will be stale anyway.
        if (!$historic_json_only) {
                my @games = ();
 
@@ -926,12 +937,18 @@ sub output_json {
                                my $white = $other_game_json->{'position'}{'player_w'} // die 'Missing white';
                                my $black = $other_game_json->{'position'}{'player_b'} // die 'Missing black';
 
-                               push @games, {
+                               my $game = {
                                        id => $ref->{'id'},
                                        name => "$white–$black",
                                        url => $ref->{'url'},
                                        hashurl => $ref->{'hash_url'},
                                };
+                               if (defined($other_game_json->{'position'}{'result'})) {
+                                       $game->{'result'} = $other_game_json->{'position'}{'result'};
+                               } else {
+                                       $game->{'score'} = $other_game_json->{'score'};
+                               }
+                               push @games, $game;
                        };
                        if ($@) {
                                warn "Could not add external game " . $ref->{'json_path'} . ": $@";
@@ -952,7 +969,7 @@ sub output_json {
                $last_written_json = $encoded;
        }
 
-       if (exists($pos_calculating->{'pretty_history'}) &&
+       if (exists($pos_calculating->{'history'}) &&
            defined($remoteglotconf::json_history_dir)) {
                my $id = id_for_pos($pos_calculating);
                my $filename = $remoteglotconf::json_history_dir . "/" . $id . ".json";
@@ -998,7 +1015,7 @@ sub atomic_set_contents {
 sub id_for_pos {
        my ($pos, $halfmove_num) = @_;
 
-       $halfmove_num //= scalar @{$pos->{'pretty_history'}};
+       $halfmove_num //= scalar @{$pos->{'history'}};
        (my $fen = $pos->fen()) =~ tr,/ ,-_,;
        return "move$halfmove_num-$fen";
 }
@@ -1255,7 +1272,7 @@ sub find_clock_start {
 
        # TODO(sesse): Maybe we can get the number of moves somehow else for FICS games.
        # The history is needed for id_for_pos.
-       if (!exists($pos->{'pretty_history'})) {
+       if (!exists($pos->{'history'})) {
                return;
        }