salliere [options] -- [commands] [boards.csv] [names.csv]
This manual page documents briefly the salliere command.
salliere scores, matchpoints and nicely formats
the boards for a duplicate pairs evening. The command line is a list of
commands followed by two comma-separated files on which to operate.
The boards file must contain lines with at least board number, NS pair
number, EW pair number, Contract, Declarer and either tricks or the
contract must include whether it made (=) went down (-tricks) or made
over tricks (+tricks). The names file must list at least pair number
followed by two comma separated names.
The commands will add tricks, scores and matchpoint columns to the boards
file and total matchpoints, percentages and local/orange points to the
names file as appropriate.
By default the commands which print results will do so as ascii to stdout.
This can be changed with the --output=format:file option. Formats are
either pdf, html or txt and file is the path to a file or - for stdout.
The commands which format the output require the extra fields to be added
either by hand or with the appropriate commands so they can be printed.
Here are a list of the available commands and what they do:
- Checks all the boards look sane; can be used with the --setsize option to check the movement
- Calculates tricks and score for each contract
- Calculates match points for each hand
- Calculates cross-imps for each hand
- Calculates imps vs par for each hand
- Calculates the total match points for each pair
- Calculates the result after applying handicaps for each player
- Calculates local or orange points for each pair
- Prints all the pairs in order with their total match points, percentages and local/orange points as appropriate
- Prints a matrix of match points gained on each board by each pair
- Prints out each board with pairs, contract, results and match points
- Upload results to ecats bridge website
- Prints out the results of the boards as a team of 4 or team of 8 match
Here are a list of the available options and what they do:
- Prints the help text
- Check the movement based on sets of size N. Also used when printing the matrix to batch the results
- Prints "OP" rather than "LP"
- Adjusts output for IMPs rather than matchpoints
- Changes the title on the output
- Changes the output format and file. Possible formats are pdf, html, htmlfrag, csv or txt. A file of '-' corresponds to stdout.
- Prints the par result along with the boards
- The tricks which can be made on each board for calculating par
- Current handicaps for individuals
- Prints the handicaps with each pair
- When handicapping, center around this number as par
- Number of players in a team (4 or 8) for overall team scoring
- The prefix on each pair number to identify which team they are on (eg CU if the pairs are named CU1, CU2, ...)
- Options used to send scores to ecats.
Here are a list of the available options to ecats and what they do.
- name of club (required)
- ECATS session number (required)
- contact phone number (required)
- club country (required)
- contact name
- contact fax number
- contact email
- club town
- club county
- event date
- event name
This manual page was written by Matthew Johnson <[email protected]>. Permission is
granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under
the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 as
published by the Free Software Foundation.
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