Chess Programming/Concepts for Beginners.

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Re: Chess Programming/Concepts for Beginners.

Postby noctiferus » Wed Jul 06, 2011 5:28 pm

I believe there are much more people looking to your website: I'm another one.
Thx for the great job.
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Re: Chess Programming/Concepts for Beginners.

Postby nak3c » Sun May 05, 2013 5:28 pm

anyone else having trouble accessing http://www.sluijten.com/winglet/

such a great site, hope it only down for maintenance
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Re: Chess Programming/Concepts for Beginners.

Postby TonyRo » Wed May 08, 2013 2:14 pm

I contacted Stef Luijten about it on the 6th, and he responded promptly with:

"Yes, the site is down as I do not have time to maintain it. If there is a volunteer to take over and publish the site elsewhere - I can forward."

I don't have any experience in web hosting or maintenance, else I'd do this in a snap. Winglet was by far the best resource for people just beginning their chess programming journey, and I'd hate to see it fall off the map!

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Re: Chess Programming/Concepts for Beginners.

Postby andreio » Thu May 09, 2013 5:18 am

Google's webcache is still up. Seems like the content is just a bunch of static pages. If no one is willing to host a mirror, it shouldn't be that difficult to convert to PDF or move somewhere free, e.g. setup a blog at wordpress.com and post source code at GitHub.
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Re: Chess Programming/Concepts for Beginners.

Postby Tmsluigi » Wed May 15, 2013 3:39 am

What happened to your site, I get a 404 message now.
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Re: Chess Programming/Concepts for Beginners.

Postby andreio » Wed May 15, 2013 7:58 am

And Google's cache is gone... but it still can be accessed through Internet Archive.
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Re: Chess Programming/Concepts for Beginners.

Postby GrahamA » Tue Mar 17, 2015 12:49 am

sluijten wrote:winglet has a board, can display it on the console window, you can set up a position manually,
or read a FEN string from a file.
Some real chess stuff is about to start: move generation.
Stef Luijten


Hi all,
So I've just discovered Winglet and it's an excellent learning tool. However, in section "19 Null move pruning" it states "There are some important changes in makemove.cpp and movegen.cpp that are not listed here" - and the link that's provided is broken. Does anyone have the updated code files they can share? Or a link to the source?

Many thanks,
Graham....
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Re: Chess Programming/Concepts for Beginners.

Postby User923005 » Tue Mar 17, 2015 4:30 am

Here is a link to the code:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/mcy6odxvdrw44 ... et.7z?dl=0

I had to make a couple changes so that it would compile with g++.
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Re: Chess Programming/Concepts for Beginners.

Postby GrahamA » Wed Mar 18, 2015 12:22 am

Thanks for the link.
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