[Computer-go] CrazyStone Western version
dailey.don at gmail.com
Mon May 30 17:17:02 PDT 2011
On Mon, May 30, 2011 at 7:39 PM, Álvaro Begué <alvaro.begue at gmail.com>wrote:
> > A commandline GTP interface is my otherwishlist item, but I do realize
> that one is just wishful thinking in a commercial product :-)
> Why? There are commercial chess programs that are sold as a UCI engine
> (e.g., Rybka). I would buy a GTP-speaking Linux go engine.
I wouldn't just buy it, I would PREFER it. Every computer chess engine I
know of today uses a standard protocol (either UCI, winboard or both) and
can be used in different interfaces, some of which are commercial.)
And if you have a really cool interface that can be used with ANY (GTP) go
engine, it makes the product even more attractive to a buyer because it's
like you are buying 2 different products for the price of one.
> On May 30, 2011 7:18 PM, "Darren Cook" <darren at dcook.org> wrote:
> >>> information for those who want to buy the commercial
> >>> version of CrazyStone:
> >>> http://www.unbalance.co.jp/igo/eng/
> >> Does it run on linux + wine ?
> >> or even better is there a linux version ?
> > I've the same questions. Also, can it be set to think for a long time
> > and use all available cores? Can it be set to use just a certain number
> > of threads?
> > A commandline GTP interface is my other wishlist item, but I do realize
> > that one is just wishful thinking in a commercial product :-)
> > Darren
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