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#Cute Chess

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Cute Chess is a graphical user interface, command-line interface and a library for playing chess. Cute Chess is written in C++ using the Qt framework.

#Installation

#Binaries

See the Releases page.

#Building from source

Cute Chess requires Qt 5.15 or greater, a compiler with C++11 support and cmake. Cute Chess depends on the following Qt 5 modules:

  • qt5-widgets
  • qt5-svg
  • qt5-concurrent
  • qt5-printsupport
  • qt5-testlib (optional: unit tests)

Run these commands:

$ mkdir build
$ cd build
$ cmake ..
$ make

Documentation is available as Unix manual pages in the docs/ directory.

For detailed build instruction for various operating systems, see the Building from source wiki page.

#Running

The cutechess program is the graphical user interface of Cute Chess. It can be run either from command-line or from your desktop environment's application launcher.

The cutechess-cli program is the command-line interface for playing games between chess engines. For example, to play ten games between two Sloppy engines (assuming sloppy is in PATH) with a time control of 40 moves in 60 seconds:

$ cutechess-cli -engine cmd=sloppy -engine cmd=sloppy -each proto=xboard tc=40/60 -rounds 10

See cutechess-cli -help for descriptions of the supported options or manuals for full documentation.

#License

Cute Chess is released under the GPLv3+ license except for the components in the projects/lib/components and projects/gui/components directories which are released under the MIT License.

#Credits

Cute Chess was written by Ilari Pihlajisto, Arto Jonsson and contributors