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  • ...but probably not in a position to help much.

    Still, I'm very curious. May I take a look at the code?

    (Lame name suggestions, while I'm thinking of it: Freeteego, Stratfreego.)


    You are what you think.
    • Updated already to version 0.2. Now red can't see blue's pieces, and vice-versa. Also, the board is turned during blue's turn (moves are entered as if blue's perspective were "correct," i.e., red's square 0,0 is the board's square 0,0, but blue's square 0,0 is the board's square 9,9).

      Must sleep. Wish I could just play with this for days. Next step (if there is a next step) is splitting into client/server. I'm going to go dream about it, now. :) Actually, the next step may be a code cleanup and better documentation, including breaking code into modules in separate files. Client and server will probably need to share a lot of code (although the protocol won't require it).

      J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers