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Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition - .sln files
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Norbert Raimund Leisner



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PostPost subject: Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition - .sln files    Posted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 1:56 pm Reply to topic Reply with quote

Hello,

can you explain me please (step-by-step manual; perhaps with screenshots) in which way a .sln file like https://github.com/manixaist/AllPawnsMustDie/blob/master/AllPawnsMustDie/AllPawnsMustDie.sln or https://github.com/ConorGriffin37/chess/blob/master/gui/GUI.sln
can be opened/executed by Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition https://www.visualstudio.com/downloads/ - https://www.visualstudio.com/fr/downloads/ - https://www.visualstudio.com/de/downloads/ ?

All Pawns Must Die
https://github.com/manixaist/AllPawnsMustDie
Gandalf Chess GUI
https://github.com/ConorGriffin37/chess/tree/master/gui

Both graphical interfaces support the UCI-protocol.

I have installed the German, English and French packages. Therefore it doesn┤t matter which of these three languages you prefer for a communication.

Best wishes,
Norbert
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