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README.md

xskak — An ex­ten­tion to the pack­age skak for chess type­set­ting

Pack­agev­er­sion: 1.5 Pack­age­date: 2019-06-23 Ul­rike Fis­cher 2006-2019

LICENSE

Project Public Li­cense

CONTENTS AND INSTALLATION

  • README.md (this file)
  • xskak.dtx
  • xskak.ins
  • xskak.tex, xskak.pdf (the main doc­u­men­ta­tion file)
  • some files needed to type­set the doc­u­men­ta­tion

Run / on xskak.ins to un­pack the dtx.

Put the three ex­tracted files in tex/la­tex/xskak/.

The dtx-file doesn't con­tain any doc­u­men­ta­tion. So run­ning on it makes no sense!

Put the other files in doc/la­tex/xskak/

Up­date the file­name database

DOCUMENTATION

xskak.pdf.

DESCRIPTION

The main point of xskak is to save in­for­ma­tions about a chess game for later use e.g. to loop through a game to make an an­i­mated board. It also ex­tend the in­put that the pars­ing com­mands can han­dle and of­fer an in­ter­face to de­fine and switch be­tween in­def­i­nite lev­els of styles.

REQUIREMENTS

xskak uses some prim­i­tives of e. It needs ver­sion 1.4 of skak, a re­cent ver­sion of chess­fss and xkey­val, ver­sion 1.5 of chess­board (which in turns needs xifthen and pgf).

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (819.3k).

xskak – An ex­ten­sion to the skak pack­age for chess type­set­ting

Xskak, as its prime func­tion, saves in­for­ma­tion about a chess game for later use (e.g., to loop through a game to make an an­i­mated board). The pack­age also ex­tends the in­put that the pars­ing com­mands can han­dle and of­fers an in­ter­face to de­fine and switch be­tween in­def­i­nite lev­els of styles.

Pack­agexskak
Sup­porthttps://github.com/u-fis­cher/xskak/is­sues
Re­pos­i­toryhttps://github.com/u-fis­cher/xskak
Ver­sion1.5 2019-06-23
Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense
Copy­right2007–2019 Ul­rike Fis­cher
Main­tainerUl­rike Fis­cher
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