I’m happy to annouce version 0.2.0 of Chess.jl, my Julia chess programming library:
The main changes are:
- License changed from AGPLv3 to MIT. This was a hard decision, since I have a strong ideological preference for AGPL, but Aurélien Geron convinced me that MIT was a more pragmatic choice for this library.
- More full-featured support for opening trees and using UCI chess engines.
- Graphical representations of boards and square sets when using Pluto or Jupyter notebooks, with links for opening boards in lichess.
- Lots of bug fixes.