[Haskell-cafe] Re: [Haskell] Haskell Chess

Steffen Mazanek smazanek at steffen-mazanek.de
Mon Mar 19 06:00:33 EDT 2007

Hello again,

first of all, thank you Don for your help in making hsChess accessible. 
I have
to have a look at darcs and cabal first :-)

I have added some more content and a discussion page to the wiki, please
contribute your thoughts.

Furthermore I added a link to the german project and task description used
in the exercises; the English version will be the wiki (although it has 
no convert2tex

Best regards,

Donald Bruce Stewart schrieb:
> smazanek:
>> Hello again,
>> I got a lot of interesting and useful comments on my posting
>> about Haskell Chess. Somebody suggested using the program
>> for benchmarks. Several people asked me to open the program
>> for contributions. And others were just interested in the exercises.
>> It is probably the best to branch the development, so that we
>> have a teachers' and a hackers' version (ease of understanding
>> and learning paradigms vs. efficiency and implementation of
>> full ruleset). I will do the necessary steps next week (svn, etc).
>> Somebody already offered help for cabalizing hsChess.
> hsChess has been cabalised, and is available now via darcs;
>     darcs get http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~dons/code/contrib/hsChess/
> You can also browse the source directly:
>     http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~dons/code/contrib/hsChess/
>> Several people asked me for the exercises so I started the wiki
>> page
>> http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/Learning_Haskell_With_Chess
>> on this topic. I will add more content when I am back to office.
>> Every contribution and discussion is welcome.
> I am happy to host the code at the above url, unless Steffen, you have a
> better place to host the repository?
> -- Don

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