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johnbatdorf

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Re: Question About Reading Tournament Data
« Reply #15 on: June 05, 2011, 11:08:08 PM »
Anything new on this?

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Re: Question About Reading Tournament Data
« Reply #16 on: June 06, 2011, 04:46:06 PM »
It's still targeted for 2.6 final.  And it's still in the works and nearly done, it's just been delayed due to having to deal with a lot of licensing issues.  Sorry, I'm working on it! (And not getting a lot of sleep!)

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Re: Question About Reading Tournament Data
« Reply #17 on: July 06, 2011, 08:15:17 PM »
No worries, much appreciated. :) - I understand, I'm a software developer too, though I have nothing as cool as TD. Thanks man!

John

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Re: Question About Reading Tournament Data
« Reply #18 on: July 07, 2011, 10:21:34 AM »
Getting much closer now to the release, and this feature is essentially finished.

FYI, the data written to the file (or sent via HTTP) is the list of tournament variables that are available to formulas, to give you a head start on this.  It was the easiest thing to do and provides the most information.  Here's a sample:

roundnum=1
breaknum=0
level=0
isround=1
nextisround=1
state=0
statedesc=before
buyins=0
numberofplayers=0
n=0
numberofleaguemembers=0
pot=0
prizepool=0
pp=0
playersleft=0
players=0
tablesleft=0
tables=0
secondsleft=1800
secondselapsed=0
clockpaused=1
clockpausedseconds=0
timeofday=171608
time=1309212968
lastplayermovetime=0
rebuysallowed=0
rebuysover=0
rebuysleft=0
totalrebuys=0
totalnumberofrebuys=0
tnr=0
addonsallowed=0
addonsover=0
addonsleft=0
totaladdons=0
totalnumberofaddons=0
tna=0
inthemoneyrank=5
mr=5
totalfixedrake=0
fixedrake=0
ante=0
smallblind=100
bigblind=200
limit1=100
limit2=200
gametype=2
gamename=texas hold em
nextante=0
nextsmallblind=200
nextbigblind=400
nextlimit1=200
nextlimit2=400
nextgamename=texas hold em
nextgametype=0
chipcount=0


(and looking at it now, that time variable may be bad).

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Re: Question About Reading Tournament Data
« Reply #19 on: July 07, 2011, 12:31:19 PM »
So I could create a web service to intercept the HTTP response, and either just publish the data from the web service on the web site, OR I could write a service that would just update a table in a database or something and the web site could show that data.... am I understanding it correctly?

Thanks, and the variables listed look great! When does 2.6 go gold?

John

Getting much closer now to the release, and this feature is essentially finished.

FYI, the data written to the file (or sent via HTTP) is the list of tournament variables that are available to formulas, to give you a head start on this.  It was the easiest thing to do and provides the most information.  Here's a sample:

roundnum=1
breaknum=0
level=0
isround=1
nextisround=1
state=0
statedesc=before
buyins=0
numberofplayers=0
n=0
numberofleaguemembers=0
pot=0
prizepool=0
pp=0
playersleft=0
players=0
tablesleft=0
tables=0
secondsleft=1800
secondselapsed=0
clockpaused=1
clockpausedseconds=0
timeofday=171608
time=1309212968
lastplayermovetime=0
rebuysallowed=0
rebuysover=0
rebuysleft=0
totalrebuys=0
totalnumberofrebuys=0
tnr=0
addonsallowed=0
addonsover=0
addonsleft=0
totaladdons=0
totalnumberofaddons=0
tna=0
inthemoneyrank=5
mr=5
totalfixedrake=0
fixedrake=0
ante=0
smallblind=100
bigblind=200
limit1=100
limit2=200
gametype=2
gamename=texas hold em
nextante=0
nextsmallblind=200
nextbigblind=400
nextlimit1=200
nextlimit2=400
nextgamename=texas hold em
nextgametype=0
chipcount=0


(and looking at it now, that time variable may be bad).

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Re: Question About Reading Tournament Data
« Reply #20 on: July 07, 2011, 01:19:22 PM »
Yes, it's up to you to decide how to use that data.  The TD will be able to write the data to a file, or send it to a URL using GET or POST methods.  See attached screenshot.  I'm making progress towards the final version every day, and the list of remaining items has finally gotten down to a much smaller, manageable size.  No firm date yet, but ASAP ... and I'm celebrating when it finally goes out.  It's been a long journey for me.

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Re: Question About Reading Tournament Data
« Reply #21 on: July 07, 2011, 01:25:52 PM »
Dude that is PIMP.