Version 4.0 of Chess for Android, available at either Google Play or as direct download , focuses on localization and internationalization. All user facing text (except the chess notation and engine messages) has been translated into the following languages. English (the default) Dutch (translated myself) German (many thanks to Philip Stutz) Hebrew (many thanks to Haran Talmon) Polish (many thanks to Michal Kaczmarek) Spanish (many thanks to Krizia Lopez) Swedish (many thanks to Anton Hansson) If you spot any mistakes, if you would like to see support for other languages or, even better, if you would like to help with further localization, please drop me a private note.
Showing posts from July, 2012
- Other Apps
I had been working on some general utilities for the micro-KIM , and used some spare time during the long weekend to finish a scrolling putchar utility that can output letters and digits to the 7-segment display in a scrolling fashion (some letters needed more improvisation than others, but my daughter Karina helped me designing all the letters and converting them to hex). Here is a demo.
- Other Apps
Folkert van Heusen is developing a chess engine, called DeepBrutePos , and he also wrote a version for Android. The engine is written in Java, and he used the Android SDK to develop a version that acts as a chess server, so that it can be imported as network socket in Chess for Android (a rather unusual, but nifty use of that feature). I conducted a quick test with one of the first versions. Below the results of a one-second-per move tournament from both sides of all Nunn opening lines on a Nexus One. I was hoping for better results for Folkert, but hopefully he will release a strong version soon. Good luck! 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 BikJump v2.1P * 17.5- 2.5 20.0- 0.0 20.0- 0.0 20.0-0.0 20.0-0.0 97.5/100 2 fairymax48q 2.5-17.5 * 10.0-10.0 12.5-7.5 18.5-1.5 20.0-0.0 63.5/100 3 umax48w 0.0-20.0 10.0-10.0 * 12.0- 8.0 20.0-0.0 20.0-0.0 62.0/100 4 Chess for Android 0.0-