Gnushogi is a computer player for Shogi (Japanese chess).
Gnushogi is a modified version of the gnuchess program. It can be
used through xshogi, tagua, kaya, or other graphical frontends, but
also has a simple alpha-numeric board display.
GNU Shogi, release 1.3.1
This is release 1.3.1 of GNU shogi, a program which plays shogi (Japanese
chess), as well as xshogi, the graphical interface to GNU shogi. GNU shogi
and xshogi were originally written by Matthias Mutz (email@example.com),
but are now maintained by me, Mike Vanier (firstname.lastname@example.org). GNU
shogi was in turn based on GNU Chess 4.0, i.e.
GNU shogi news
This file starts with GNU Shogi 1.3 (07/01/1999).
Changes in version 1.3.2 (07/2004):
* configure.in has been renamed to configure.ac
* A number of small fixes were added to make the program compile and run
correctly on modern Linuxes.
Changes in version 1.3.1 (07/2001):
* New piece bitmaps for both westernized and Japanese piece sets, courtesy of
gnushogi - GNU Shogi (Japanese Chess), version 1.3
gnushogi [ [[-]a] [-b bookfile] [-B binbookfile] [-C] [-h
langfile] [-L langfile] [-r length] [-R] [-s pathname] [-l
pathname] [-S binbooksize] [-t] [-c size] [-T size] [-v] [-x]
[-X] arg1 arg2 ]