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gernotstarke opened this Issue Dec 1, 2011 · 6 comments

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:-)

stumbled upon your project during some erlang-related googling...

readme.txt refers to overview.odt in doc directory... neither exists.

thx,
Gernot

@fcardinaux
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Hi Gemot,

Thank you for noticing this. Actually, there is no overview.odt file in this project. I copied the readme file from another project and forgot to remove this mention.

With best regards,
François

@fcardinaux
Owner

I just noticed that I had misspelled your name in my answer. Please apologize for this.

With best regards,
François

@gernotstarke

Hi Francois,

thanx - but imho it was ok :-))

And I just notice that I'm missing the french accents on my keyboard :-(

btw: Did you ever think of attaching your move generator to a UCI engine?

regards from Cologne,
Gernot

Am 01.12.2011 um 19:00 schrieb Franois Cardinaux:

I just noticed that I had misspelled your name in my answer. Please apologize for this.

With best regards,
Franois


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Dr. Gernot Starke


Willi-Lauf Allee 43, D-50858 Kln
gs@gernotstarke.de,
+49 177 - 728 2570
http://www.gernotstarke.de

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@fcardinaux
Owner

Hi Gernot,

Don't worry for the accent :-)

Actually, the UCI protocol is new to me. I wrote this move generator for my own needs (the website http://www.gigambit.com/, which is also in Erlang), and didn't worry further. Note also that chessfold is only a move generator, not a chess engine. In other words, it only provides all possible moves from a given position. It doesn't try to calculate the best move. Implementing the UCI protocol is a good idea, but of limited use if chessfold isn't complemented by or transformed into an Erlang chess engine.

Regards from Geneva,
Francois

@gernotstarke

Very cool website, great idea!

I'll register one of these days and try it out!!

regards,
Gernot

Am 01.12.2011 um 22:03 schrieb Franois Cardinaux:

Hi Gernot,

Don't worry for the accent :-)

Actually, the UCI protocol is new to me. I wrote this move generator for my own needs (the website http://www.gigambit.com/, which is also in Erlang), and didn't worry further. Note also that chessfold is only a move generator, not a chess engine. In other words, it only provides all possible moves from a given position. It doesn't try to calculate the best move. Implementing the UCI protocol is a good idea, but of limited use if chessfold isn't complemented by or transformed into an Erlang chess engine.

Regards from Geneva,
Francois


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Dr. Gernot Starke


Willi-Lauf Allee 43, D-50858 Kln
gs@gernotstarke.de,
+49 177 - 728 2570
http://www.gernotstarke.de

E-POSTBRIEF: gernot.starke@epost.de

@fcardinaux
Owner

Thank you for your comments and compliment.

Best regards,
Francois
http://www.linkedin.com/in/francoiscardinaux

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