XB/UCI chronology change

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XB/UCI chronology change

Post by Guenther » Sun Dec 01, 2019 10:26 am

Added two more columns, process of adding data is still in the early beginning, but the sheet is already active.

First column: cmd (arg) + config file
Second column: versions for cmd (arg)

The direct link has changed, but you are always safe with the link given in my signature.

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#       Name            Prot    cmd (arg)       Versions (arg)  Author L. N.    Author F. N.
                                config          
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------                            
002     Abrok           XB/UCI  (hash N=MB)     all             Korba           Roman
003     Absolute-Zero   UCI     (-u)            all             Zheng Li        Zong
010     Adam            UCI(XB) (xboard)        -1.6            Longbien        Dominique
                                adam.ini        

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Re: XB/UCI chronology change

Post by Guenther » Thu Jan 09, 2020 2:40 pm

Today I have finally filtered out and removed all (or nearly all) lines, which did not contain Engine updates,
in the reference to Leos Ridderkerk-News (over 1000 lines gone).
Those were mostly about books/logos/GUIs/tools/tournaments etc.

If someone still needs the complete info, I have saved it to another sheet.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... qXiEm6FwdM
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Greg Strong@ovyron wrote: What I think is that you have a very, very, VERY strong desire to post, and very little self-control.
All the time. In every conversation. You must post. Something. It's like you just can't help yourself.

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