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Old July 10th 03, 02:47 AM
Benoit St-Jean
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Anyone knows a programs that from a position will list all available moves?

I need a DOS program so I can redirect the list of moves in a file.

Thank you.

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Old July 10th 03, 02:52 PM
Jan Leffers
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Crafty can do it. Use a Crafty.rc file like this:

log off
setboard r1q1r1k1/p4pp1/2p2n1p/1pPp1b2/1P1P4/PQ4P1/3N1PBP/R1B1R1K1 b - -
display ply1
analyze
end

I use this to check the movegen-function in my hobby-engine.

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Jan Leffers


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Anyone knows a programs that from a position will list all available

moves?

I need a DOS program so I can redirect the list of moves in a file.

Thank you.

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Benoit St-Jean
Yahoo! Messenger: bstjean
A standpoint is an intellectual horizon of radius zero. -- Albert Einstein




 




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