The first official binary version of Lucas Chess on Linux has just been released. It has only been made possible by the great work done by Laudecir Daniel , choosing and compiling the 67 engines, as well as laying the groundwork so that the binaries can be more widely used and others such as shortcut creation, installation scripts, ...... In addition, Graham O'Neill has provided Linux-specific drivers for several digital boards. This version has two limitations : 64-bit Linux OS only. Minimum GNU libc version: 2.26 (ldd --version shows it) Installation has been made as simple as possible: The installer is a .sh file, generated with the makeself tool, and can be downloaded from: SourceForge , GitHub The file must be run from a terminal with user permissions only: sh ./LucasChessR123_LINUX.sh Launches a GUI with very basic options: Install: Installs in LucasChessR folder inside the home user folder. Generates a shortcut in Applications > Games Launch the application at the end
Given the ability to visually annotate a game and positions is the app script-able? That is if I get Eric Schiller to ramble on (sorry Eric) about my stunning victory where I missed 5 previous 1 move mates, can this be viewed in a playback mode?ReplyDelete
I'm not sure I understand correctly.Delete
The program allows you to see the game again from Utilities-Replay game.
You can set (Options-Configuration-Autosave), to automatically save finished games.
At the end you can also save the game from Utilities.
With or without visual annotations?Delete
One of the ideas to this version is to save games in a database other than the pgn format because the possibility to save these visual annotations and analysis if any.ReplyDelete