Provided by: polyglot_1.3-1_i386
polyglot - is a chess engine protocol adaptor. It connects a UCI
protocol engine to xboard frontend.
polyglot <INI files>
This manual page documents the polyglot command.
polyglot acts as an xboard engine. There should be no difference with
a normal chess program as far as the interface (e.g. scid, knights,
xboard) is concerned.
To use PolyGlot with XBoard, you would type something like this:
> xboard -fd ’polyglot_dir’ -fcp ’polyglot engine.ini’
Quotes are important when there is a space in the argument.
PolyGlot is invoked using "polyglot <INI file>". Note that PolyGlot
will look for the INI file in the current directory. So the user is
encuraged to make a .polyglot directory in his home and put the <INI
files> there. If no <INI file> is given, "polyglot.ini" is selected.
More information is included in dhe upstream readmes and the examples.
polyglot was written by Fabien Letouzey, <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
The official distribution web site is Leo Dijksman’s
WBEC Ridderkerk: http://wbec-ridderkerk.nl/ This is where you should
be looking for PolyGlot updates in the future. Go to the download
section, there is a link to polyglot on the main page.
This manual page was written by Oliver Korff <email@example.com>, for the
Debian project (but may be used by others).