I don't understand why do you complicate your life with installing unnecessary things like winpython and InBetween. As I wrote several times before, you can run pychess-engine .pyz file with standard python3 from https://www.python.orgNorbert Raimund Leisner wrote: ↑Tue Oct 16, 2018 12:31 pma short explanation how to run PyChess 0.99.3 WB-Engine on WinBoard-GUI including the necessary files is here:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... jVtUDVTUG8
Thank you Günther!
PyChess 0.99.3 - WinBoard GUI
Download WinPython 3.6.30Qt5 x64 (390 MB) https://github.com/winpython/winpython/ ... 3.0Qt5.exe and install it on a drive e.g. C:\
This procedure can take more than 30 minutes.
Create a directory on C:\Engines\WB\PyChess_20180928 with the following working components:
> PyChess Editor (text document)
> PyChess Windows executable file
> PyChess Zip application
Run WinBoard GUI > Load first engine > PyChess.exe (without any commandline-parameters) under protocol WB-2
PyChess 0.99.3 vs. Fairy-Max: +0 =1 -9 (0.5:9.5)
My simple winboard line in engine list is: "pychess" -fcp "python.exe c:\winboard\pychess-engine-20180928.pyz" -fd "C:\Python34"