We have recently been working on a online Bridge game for a client, running on a Ruby + JS + Redis + Websockets stack.
Leonardo Bridge is now about to go live, and during the development process we created a few libraries that we feel are generic enough to share with the community.
rbcalc is the first such library. It consists of Ruby bindings for Piotr Beling’s Bridge Calculator.
While we did not end up using this in production, it may still be useful for Bridge fiends out there.
# gem install rbcalc first yo. # Create an instance with four hands, a trump suit and the board leader. rbc = Rbcalc.new(hands: 'S2579H38AD458QC26,S4H24569TJQKD9CJK,S36TQH7D23TKC379Q,SAKJ8HDAJ76CAT854', trump_suit: 2, leader: 0) # play a couple of cards rbc.exec('3S AS') rbc.played_count # => 2 rbc.cards_left # => 50 # how many tricks is the current direction getting? rbc.tricks_to_take # => 12 # which direction is playing next? rbc.now_playing # => 1
More details in the spec file.
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