I am currently working on the perl module Games::Go::SGF.
This is a module that parses sgf files.
I have put in some property validation checks, which are Go specific.
That means people can't use it anymore to parse sgf files for other
games. However I could easily undo this change.
The module comes under Games::Go, which implies it is Go specific. If
it was called Games::SGF, that would be different.
I wonder how many (or what proportion of) people use sgf for recording
games other than Go.
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--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "gilderde" <gilderde@...> wrote:
> I wonder how many (or what proportion of) people use sgf for recording
> games other than Go.
> Any ideas?
I don't know about end users or programs in total, but I have contact
with 3-4 developers who use SGF for other programs than Go.