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  •  01 Dec 2004 13:13
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    Release Notes: This release is stronger by an undetermined amount.

    •  06 Oct 2003 01:39
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      Release Notes: This release adds lots of tuning, optimizations, and test case additions.

      •  06 Oct 2003 01:39
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        Release Notes: 3.4 is slightly slower than 3.2, but stronger.

        •  05 Aug 2002 07:17
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          Release Notes: This version incorporates some engine changes including some experimental code to improve playing strength.

          •  10 May 2002 06:26
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            Release Notes: This release is a new development cycle based on the 3.2.0 release.

            •  10 May 2002 06:18
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              Release Notes: This version includes speed and performance improvements, and plays around the 13k level on NNGS.

              •  13 Mar 2002 11:56
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                Release Notes: This release includes updates to the engine.

                •  12 Dec 2001 15:45
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                  Release Notes: Many changes to the engine, and much more.

                  •  08 Oct 2001 17:00
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                    Release Notes: Reading improvements, tuning, and many other cleanups and bug fixes were made. The 3.1.x family is the new development branch of GNU go after the 3.0.0 stable release.

                    •  08 Oct 2001 16:56
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                      Release Notes: Major reading improvements and speed enhancements were made. This version is four stones stronger than the previous stable version (2.6), and it plays at a level of 14k on NNGS.

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