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You can run GNU Go from Emacs. This has the advantage that you place the stones using the cursor arrow keys. This may require Emacs 20.4 or later--it has been tested with Emacs 20.4 but does not work with Emacs 19 or Emacs 20.2.
Load `interface/gnugo.el', either by
or by copying the file into your `site-lisp' directory and
adding a line
(autoload 'gnugo "gnugo" "GNU Go" t)
in your `.emacs' file.
Now you may start GNU Go by
M-x gnugo. You will be prompted for
command line options see section 3.9 Invoking GNU Go: Command line options. Using these, you may set the
handicap, board size, color and komi.
You can enter commands from the GNU Go ASCII interface after typing `:'. For example, to take a move back, type `:back', or to list all commands, type `:help'.
Here are the default keybindings:
Select point as the next move. An error is signalled for invalid locations. Illegal locations, on the other hand, show up in the GNUGO Console buffer.
Quit. Both Board and Console buffers are deleted.
Refresh. Includes restoring default window configuration.
Bury both Board and Console buffers (when the boss is near).
Pass; i.e., select no location for your move.
Extended command. After typing the `:' you can type a command for GNU Go. The possible commands are as in See section 3.3 Ascii Interface.
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