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No Name Go Server

The NNGS (No Name Go Server) is a full-featured server which allows you to play the game of Go over the Internet. It runs on Unix machines as well as on Windows, and supports connections from many clients (both graphical and text based). The code is based on the Free Internet Chess Server (FICS) code, and currently only supports the game of Go.

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  •  05 Aug 2002 03:15

    Release Notes: This release has a lot of code cleanup and testing to ensure better stability. It is compatible with the latest mlrate rating library (1.1.0).

    •  12 Dec 2001 15:39

      Release Notes: Minor compilation changes and bugfixes. The mlrate lib was updated to work with new autoconf/make.

      •  10 Oct 2001 08:15

        Release Notes: Source was updated to autoconf 2.52/automake 1.5. Include file checking in configure scripts was improved and system includes were wrapped in `#ifdef's for increased portability.

        •  08 Oct 2001 16:47

          Release Notes: NOGUEST and RESTRICTED_REGISTRATION features were added. A few saved-game loading bugs and other minor bugs were fixed.

          •  18 Jul 2001 14:37

            Release Notes: This release includes some administrative help system fixes, compiler error message reductions, and general cleanups.

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