a client and library for playing Chess from Emacs
emacs-chess is a chessboard display for Emacs which allows to
play Chess from within Emacs.
It can also be used to play via Internet Chess Servers against
other human opponents.
emacs-chess is still in beta, read the Info manual to get started.
Welcome to chess.el, a client and library for playing Chess from
chess.el is an Emacs Lisp library and several clients on top of the
underlying library functionality for performing various activities
related to the game of chess.
You can play against an external chess program such as gnuchess,
crafty, phalanx or sjeng. All of them are publically available, and
chess.el will automatically
Notes for the emacs-chess package
This program is split into two binary packages: emacs-chess contains
the required elisp files.
emacs-chess-pieces contains graphical pieces for the chess-images display type.
The pieces were converted from xboard's .bm files.
emacs-chess has several backends. If you invoke M-x chess without
a prefix argument, it will choose the defau
emacs-chess (2.0b6-1.1) unstable; urgency=medium
* Non-maintainer upload.
- (Build-Depends): New field with "emacs23 | emacsen, texinfo".
Patch thanks to Hideki Yamane (Debian-JP) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
(FTBFS serious; Closes: #564396).
- (Depends): Change "emacs23 | emacs22" to "emacs23 | emacsen".
Patch thanks to Hideki Yamane (Debian-JP) <henrich@
2005-06-27 John Wiegley <email@example.com>
* chess-ics.el (chess-ics-sought-add): Added thi
These are features scheduled for future 2.x releases.
This package was debianized by Mario Lang <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It was downloaded from
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