That is probably why you chose Glaurung as your tool to start with. Learning mini max and so on.zamar wrote: I'm only a novice chess programmer and trying to learn this great art!
My bad. But in that case I know some programs which are far more readable and simple still!zamar wrote: I chose Glaurung, because, as many have already pointed out, codebase is extremely readable and simple.
Tough luck. I have so many activities I have no time to build a house. Hope it won't rain.zamar wrote: I have so many real life activities that I have neither time nor motivation to start from scratch.
By your judgement, their testingtime is better spent on your work then the hundreds of original engines that wait months after a release before they see some public testing? Then your act is pure generosity indeed.zamar wrote: You need independent people to test them. And the best way to get needed publicity is make a little release.
zamar wrote: troll-thread
Did you read my post when I published Smaug 2.2.1?
Yes, trolling can be fun once in a while, but you know that.
zamar wrote: So it's unlikely there will ever be Smaug 2.2.2
2.2.2 ? Do you have a changelog of your other 221 versions?