stephane.ducasse at free.fr
Sat Mar 19 19:37:39 CET 2005
I have a fun question: how can we make sure that only user one is
allowed to play in his turn?
Can this user identification be done via session id or stuff like that?
For a future lecture I would like to propose the student to code Square
a games made by Scott Kim
On 19 mars 05, at 14:36, David Shaffer wrote:
> David Shaffer wrote:
>> Ian Prince wrote:
>>> Chess would be great, but at the speed I play chess (and write
>>> code...) I'd have to set the session timeout pretty high. It would be
>>> annoying to reach the end game and get a "That page has expired. You
>>> are being redirected to /seaside/chess".
>> Here's a start...I could resist. It needs a lot of work but you can
>> basically play chess. It was too easy...
> Of course I mean't "couldn't resist". It's Saturday morning here and
> a cup of coffee begs for a small job like this one. As I said, it
> needs _lots_ of work before it can be usable. Heck, I haven't even
> tested if I can capture pieces.
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