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One method of easing the creation of standards-compliant SystematicJoseki pages is to use a program to generate the bulk of the formatted content.
Let me know what you think, ideas for improvement, ways it doesn't fit the standard but should, etc. It is written python and has been released under the BSD license. It has only been tested under MacOS X 10.3, but should work on other platforms with python installed.
python sjg.py --help
From the command line for a list of options.
To generate the 4-4 3-6 6-3 SystematicJoseki? one would use:
python sjg.py -s "4-4 3-6 6-3" --next_moves="2-4 3-4 3-3 8-3" -e "1 1 0 1" -m "Hoshi Keima Keima"
Please note that I still have some bugs to work out and that there's some manual filling-in required (e.g., the notes for each move), but overall it seems to do an acceptable job.
Evan: Wow, great work. I'm just reading through the code at the moment trying to understand how it works, I love python but haven't done any programming for a while. This will help a lot though, will make creating pages a lot less tedious and repetitive. If I see anything wrong or additions that could be made to your code I'll try and help out, right now though got go club to go to!
nachtrabe: Hope you find it useful. :-) How it works is pretty basic--mostly string manipulation.
What would you like this program to do that it doesn't?
1.0b1: 6 February 2005
1.0b2: 7 February 2005: