Stabbeurfou adjudicator test report


Hasbro 2008 rules

MOVE 3

Italy
F Rom - Ven

Compliant

MOVE 4

Germany
A Ber - Sil
Russia
A War - Sil

Compliant

MOVE 5

Germany
F Kie - Ber
A Ber - Pru
Russia
A Pru H

Compliant

MOVE 6

Germany
F Ber - Pru
A Pru - Ber

Compliant

MOVE 7

England
A Hol - Bel
F Bel - NTH
France
F NTH - Hol

Compliant

MOVE 8

France
A Mar - Bur
A Gas S A Mar - Bur
Germany
A Bur H

Compliant

MOVE 9

Germany
A Sil - Pru
F BAL S A Sil - Pru
Russia
A Pru H

Compliant

MOVE 10

France
F GOL - TYN
F WES S F GOL - TYN
Italy
F Nap - TYN
F Rom S F Nap - TYN

Compliant

MOVE 11

France
F GOL - TYN
F WES S F GOL - TYN
Italy
F TYN H
F Rom S F TYN H

Compliant

MOVE 12

Austria
A Boh - Mun
A Tyr S A Boh - Mun
Germany
A Mun - Sil
A Ber S A Mun - Sil
Russia
A War - Sil
A Pru S A War - Sil

Compliant

MOVE 13

Turkey
A Bul - Rum
Russia
A Rum - Bul
A Ser S A Rum - Bul
A Sev - Rum

Compliant

MOVE 14

Turkey
A Bul - Rum
F BLA S A Bul - Rum
Russia
A Rum - Bul
A Gre S A Rum - Bul
A Ser S A Rum - Bul
A Sev - Rum

Compliant

MOVE 15

Germany
A Pru - War
A Sil S A Pru - War
Russia
A War H
A Boh - Sil

Compliant

MOVE 16

Germany
A Pru - War
A Sil S A Pru - War
Russia
A War - Sil

Compliant

MOVE 17

Germany
F Ber - Pru
A Sil S F Ber - Pru
Russia
A Pru - Sil
A War S A Pru - Sil
F BAL - Pru

Compliant

MOVE 18

Germany
A Ber H
A Mun - Sil
Russia
A Pru - Ber
A Sil S A Pru - Ber
A Boh - Mun
A Tyr S A Boh - Mun

Compliant

CONVOY 19

England
A Lon - Nwy
F NTH C A Lon - Nwy

Compliant

CONVOY 20

England
A Lon - Tun
F ENG C A Lon - Tun
F MID C A Lon - Tun
France
F WES C English A Lon - Tun

Compliant

RARE CASE 21

France
A Spa - Nap
F GOL C A Spa - Nap
F TYN C A Spa - Nap
Italy
F ION - TYN
F Tun S F ION - TYN

Compliant

RARE CASE 22

France
A Par - Bur
A Mar S A Par - Bur
A Bur H

Compliant

RARE CASE 23

France
A Par - Bur
A Bur - Mar
Germany
A Ruh S French A Par - Bur
Italy
A Mar - Bur

Compliant

RARE CASE 24

Germany
A Ruh - Bur
A Mun H
France
A Par S German A Ruh - Bur
A Bur H

Compliant

RARE CASE 25

Germany
A Mun - Tyr
A Ruh - Mun
A Sil - Mun
Austria
A Tyr - Mun
A Boh S German A Sil - Mun

Compliant

RARE CASE 26

England
F Den - Kie
F NTH - Den
F HEL S F NTH - Den
Russia
A Ber - Kie
F SKA - Den
F BAL S F SKA - Den

Compliant

RARE CASE 27

Austria
A Ser - Bud

A Vie - Bud
Russia
A Gal S Austrian A Ser - Bud

Compliant

RARE CASE 28

England
A Lon - Bel
F NTH C A Lon - Bel
France
A Bel - Lon
F ENG C A Bel - Lon

Compliant

RARE CASE 29

England
A Lon - Bel
F ENG C A Lon - Bel
F NTH C A Lon - Bel
France
F Bre - ENG
F IRI S F Bre - ENG

Compliant

RARE CASE 30

France
A Tun - Nap
F TYN C A Tun - Nap
Italy
F ION - TYN
F Nap S F ION - TYN

Compliant

RARE CASE 31

France
A Tun - Nap
F TYN C A Tun - Nap
F ION C A Tun - Nap
Italy
F Rom - TYN
F Nap S F Rom - TYN

Compliant

RARE CASE 32

France
A Tun - Nap
F TYN C A Tun - Nap
F ION C A Tun - Nap
A Apu S A Tun - Nap
Italy
F Rom - TYN
F Nap S F Rom - TYN

Compliant



Descartes 1994 rules (French)

Compliant in all cases (as taken from examples) except following case (XIII/A6-2):

DESCARTES

STABBEURFOU

ALLEMAGNE

A DAN - LON

F NRD C A DAN - LON

A YOR S A DAN - LON


ANGLETERRE

A COR - BEL

F EDI - NRD;(failed)

F GRO S F EDI - NRD

F LON S F MAN;(dislodged)

F MAN C A COR - BEL

A PIC S A COR - BEL


FRANCE

F ATL S F BRE - MAN

F BEL S Allemand F NRD;(dislodged)

F BRE – MAN;(failed)

(Fleets in BEL and LON are dislodged but have provided support)

ALLEMAGNE

A DAN - LON;(failed)

F NRD C A DAN - LON

A YOR S A DAN - LON


ANGLETERRE

A COR - BEL;(failed)

F EDI - NRD;(failed)

F GRO S F EDI - NRD

F LON S F MAN;(paradox)

F MAN C A COR - BEL

A PIC S A COR - BEL


FRANCE

F ATL S F BRE - MAN

F BEL S Allemand F NRD;(paradox)

F BRE – MAN;(failed)


(Szykman adjudication)



DPTG examples

Test Case

Status

Example 1

Compliant

Example 2

Compliant

Example 3

Compliant

Example 4

Compliant

Example 5

Compliant

Example 6

Compliant

Example 7

Compliant

Example 8

Compliant

Example 9

Compliant

Example 10

Compliant

Example 11

Compliant

Example 12

Compliant

Example 13

Compliant

Example 14

Compliant

Example 15

Compliant

Example 16

Compliant

Example 17

Compliant

Example 18

Compliant

Example 19

Compliant

Example 20

Compliant

Example 21

Compliant


DATC test cases

Legend for DATC cases :

CO : Compliant to Official Diplomacy Rules

CP : Compliant to DATC preference

EO : Equivalent to Official Diplomacy Rules

EP : Equivalent to DATC preference

(R): The set of orders is rejected since one order is detected as invalid

(CD): Implemented when generating Civil Disorder Orders

NCO : NOT complaint to Official Diplomacy Rules

NCP : NOT Compliant to DATC preference


DATC 6.A. TEST CASES, BASIC CHECKS

Test Case

Status

Comment or explanation

6.A.1

EO (R)


6.A.2

EO (R)


6.A.3

EO (R)


6.A.4

EO (R)


6.A.5

EO (R)


6.A.6

EO (R)


6.A.7

EO (R)


6.A.8

EO (R)


6.A.9

EO (R)


6.A.10

EO (R)


6.A.11

CO


6.A.12

CO




DATC 6.B. TEST CASES, TEST CASES, COASTAL ISSUES

Test Case

Status

Comment or explanation

6.B.1

EP (R)


6.B.2

CP


6.B.3

EP (R)


6.B.4

CO


6.B.5

EO (R)


6.B.6

CO


6.B.7

NCP (R)

F Portugal Supports F Mid-Atlantic Ocean – Spain”: Stabbeurfou rejects the order since the coast specification is missing

6.B.8

CP


6.B.9

NCP

Choice 4.B.4=e

Any specification of coast in a support order is ignored at adjudication level (even if mandatory at verification level)

France:

F Portugal Supports F Mid-Atlantic Ocean - Spain(nc)

F Mid-Atlantic Ocean - Spain(sc)”:

Stabbeurfou issues a warning but grants the support even if coasts specification are different

6.B.10

NCP (R)

France has a fleet on the south coast of Spain and orders:

F Spain(nc) - Gulf of Lyon”:

Stabbeurfou rejects the order since coast specification is erroneous.

6.B.11

EO (R)


6.B.12

NCP (R)

A Gascony - Spain(nc)”:

Stabbeurfou rejects the orders since no army may reach the north coast of Spain.

6.B.13

CO


6.B.14

EP (R)




DATC 6.C. TEST CASES, CIRCULAR MOVEMENT

Test Case

Status

Comment or explanation

6.C.1

CO


6.C.2

CO


6.C.3

CO


6.C.4

CO


6.C.5

CO


6.C.6

CO


6.C.7

CO




DATC 6.D. TEST CASES, SUPPORTS AND DISLODGES

Test Case

Status

Comment or explanation

6.D.1

CO


6.D.2

CO


6.D.3

CO


6.D.4

CO


6.D.5

CO


6.D.6

CO


6.D.7

CO


6.D.8

CO


6.D.9

CO


6.D.10

CO


6.D.11

CO


6.D.12

CO


6.D.13

CO


6.D.14

CO


6.D.15

CO


6.D.16

CO


6.D.17

CO


6.D.18

CO


6.D.19

CO


6.D.20

CO


6.D.21

CO


6.D.22

CO


6.D.23

EO (R)


6.D.24

EO (R)


6.D.25

CO


6.D.26

CO


6.D.27

CO


6.D.28

EO (R)


6.D.29

EP (R)


6.D.30

EP (R)


6.D.31

EP (R)


6.D.32

EP (R)


6.D.33

CO


6.D.34

EO (R)




DATC 6.E. TEST CASES, HEAD TO HEAD BATTLES AND BELEAGUERED GARRISON

Test Case

Status

Comment or explanation

6.E.1

CO


6.E.2

CO


6.E.3

CO


6.E.4

CO


6.E.5

CO


6.E.6

CO


6.E.7

CO


6.E.8

CO


6.E.9

CO


6.E.10

CO


6.E.11

CO


6.E.12

CO


6.E.13

CO


6.E.14

EO (R)


6.E.15

CO




DATC 6.F. TEST CASES, TEST CASES, CONVOYS

Test Case

Status

Comment or explanation

6.F.1

EO (R)


6.F.2

CO


6.F.3

CO


6.F.4

CO


6.F.5

CO


6.F.6

CO


6.F.7

CO


6.F.8

CO


6.F.9

CP


6.F.10

CP


6.F.11

CP


6.F.12

CO


6.F.13

CO


6.F.14

CP


6.F.15

CP


6.F.16

CO


6.F.17

CP


6.F.18

CP


6.F.19

CP


6.F.20

CP


6.F.21

CP


6.F.22

CP


6.F.23

CP


6.F.24

CP




DATC 6.G. TEST CASES, CONVOYING TO ADJACENT PLACES

Test Case

Status

Comment or explanation

6.G.1

CP


6.G.2

NCP

Choice 4.A.3=c

The land route is taken except when the unit in the target area moves in opposite direction and there is an undisrupted convoy route.

Army in Norway is convoyed and swaps its place with the fleet in Sweden

6.G.3

CP


6.G.4

CP


6.G.5

CP


6.G.6

NCP

Choice 4.A.3=c

The land route is taken except when the unit in the target area moves in opposite direction and there is an undisrupted convoy route.

The English army in Liverpool moves by convoy and consequentially the two armies are swapped

6.G.7

NCP

Choice 4.A.3=c

The land route is taken except when the unit in the target area moves in opposite direction and there is an undisrupted convoy route.

The army in Sweden moves by convoy and swaps places with the fleet in Norway

6.G.8

CP

Choice 4.A.3=c

The land route is taken except when the unit in the target area moves in opposite direction and there is an undisrupted convoy route.

The 'via Convoy' directive has no meaning and the army in Belgium moves to Holland

6.G.9

NCP

Choice 4.A.3=c

The land route is taken except when the unit in the target area moves in opposite direction and there is an undisrupted convoy route.

The move of the army in Norway is by convoy and the armies in Norway and Sweden are swapped

6.G.10

CP


6.G.11

NCP

Choice 4.A.3=c

The land route is taken except when the unit in the target area moves in opposite direction and there is an undisrupted convoy route.

The move from Sweden to Norway is not a convoy and the English fleet in Norway is dislodged and the fleet in Skagerrak is not dislodged.

6.G.12

CO


6.G.13

CP


6.G.14

CP


6.G.15

CP


6.G.16

CO


6.G.17

NCP

Choice 4.A.3=c

The land route is taken except when the unit in the target area moves in opposite direction and there is an undisrupted convoy route.

Norway takes the land route. Sweden has to retreat.

6.G.18

CO




DATC 6.H. TEST CASES, RETREATING

Test Case

Status

Comment or explanation

6.H.1

EO (R)


6.H.2

EO (R)


6.H.3

EO (R)


6.H.4

EO (R)


6.H.5

EO (R)


6.H.6

EO (R)


6.H.7

CO


6.H.8

CO


6.H.9

CO


6.H.10

CO


6.H.11

NCP

Choice 4.A.3=c

The land route is taken except when the unit in the target area moves in opposite direction and there is an undisrupted convoy route.

The army in Gascony does not move with the use of the convoy, because the army in Marseilles does not move in opposite direction. This immediately means that the army in Marseilles may not move to Gascony when it dislodged by the army there.

6.H.12

NCP

Choice 4.A.3=c

The land route is taken except when the unit in the target area moves in opposite direction and there is an undisrupted convoy route.

The army in Liverpool does not try to move by convoy, because the convoy is disrupted. This has as consequence that the army just advances to Edinburgh by using the land route.

6.H.13

CO


6.H.14

CO


6.H.15

CO


6.H.16

CO




DATC 6.I. TEST CASES, BUILDING

Test Case

Status

Comment or explanation

6.I.1

EO (R)


6.I.2

EO (R)


6.I.3

EO (R)


6.I.4

EO (R)


6.I.5

EO (R)


6.I.6

EO (R)


6.I.7

EO (R)




DATC 6.J. TEST CASES, CIVIL DISORDER AND DISBANDS

Test Case

Status

Comment or explanation

6.J.1

EO (R)


6.J.2

EO (R)


6.J.3

EO (CD)


6.J.4

EO (CD)

Stabbeurfou uses for alphabetical order the three letter code instead of the full name.

6.J.5

NCP

Stabbeurfou uses a distance where fleet may go over land.

6.J.6

NCP

Stabbeurfou uses a distance where fleet may go over land.

6.J.7

CP (CD)

Stabbeurfou uses for alphabetical order the three letter code instead of the full name.

6.J.8

CP (CD)


6.J.9

CP (CD


6.J.10

CP (CD


6.J.11

CP (CD