1 Jun 2007 fzort   » (Journeyer)

I ported Wally, an old Go playing program, to *gasp* Windows CE, adding a GUI to it. I can run it on HalJr, my ancient Cassiopeia E-11. This should give me something interesting to do during the long train rides to/from home. Gnu Go has been ported to CE, but it doesn't run on the Cassio.

The program is not very strong, but that's ok, since neither am I.

I'll post some pictures after I polish it a bit.

If you think I should throw that away and get a more capable palmtop that can run GNU/Linux instead, you obviously haven't been introduced to São Paulo's wonderful urban train infrastructure.


I need to construct a 3D goboard where there is no 'corner' reduced liberty but unified 4 liberties for every positions on the new GO surface.
Forget 3D, you want a goban on a toroidal topology. Think Asteroids. This project has Go on torii and other exotic topologies, I think.

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