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Chess::NumberMoves - Perl extension for numbering chess moves
INITIAL FILE LACKS MOVE NUMBERS
Because I typed them in from a chess book but didn't feel like entering the move numbers:
[Event "?"] [Site "Los Angeles"] [EventDate "1963"] [White "Benko"] [Black "Najdorf"] [Result "*"] d4 Nf6 c4 c5 d5 d6 Nc3 g6 e4 Bg7 Be2 O-O Nf3 e5 Bg5 h6 Bh4 g5 Bg3 Nh5 h4 Nf4 hxg5 hxg5 Bf1 Bg4 Qc2 Bxf3 gxf3 Nd7 O-O-O Re8 Bh3 Nxh3 Rxh3 Nf8 Rdh1 Ng6 Nd1 Rc8 Ne3 Rc7 Nf5 Rf8 Qd1 f6 f4 exf4 Qh5 Ne5 Qh7 Kf7 Qxg7+ Ke8 Qxf8+ Kxf8 Rh8+ Kf7 Rxd8 =head2 THEN WE NUMBER THE FILE use Chess::NumberMoves; my $numbered = Chess::NumberMoves::from_file('benko-najdorf.pgn'); print $numbered; [Event "?"] [Site "Los Angeles"] [EventDate "1963"] [White "Benko"] [Black "Najdorf"] [Result "*"] 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 c5 3. d5 d6 4. Nc3 g6 5. e4 Bg7 6. Be2 O-O 7. Nf3 e5 8. Bg5 h6 9. Bh4 g5 10. Bg3 Nh5 11. h4 Nf4 12. hxg5 hxg5 13. Bf1 Bg4 14. Qc2 Bxf3 15. gxf3 Nd7 16. O-O-O Re8 17. Bh3 Nxh3 18. Rxh3 Nf8 19. Rdh1 Ng6 20. Nd1 Rc8 21. Ne3 Rc7 22. Nf5 Rf8 23. Qd1 f6 24. f4 exf4 25. Qh5 Ne5 26. Qh7 Kf7 27. Qxg7+ Ke8 28. Qxf8+ Kxf8 29. Rh8+ Kf7 30. Rxd8
This is a program for numbering a file consisting of chess moves listed two per line.
Any line in the file which matches the regexp:
has a line number prepended to it.
I wrote this because I was typing moves from a chess game listed in a book ("Simple Chess" by Michael Stean --- it rocks you should buy it!) but felt it was not a good use of my time to keep entering numbers.
And presto-chango a little bit of Perl and here ya have it.
A convenience script
pgo2pgn is included which takes a file with
.pgo extension and converts it to a pgn file, saving it with a
.pgn extension. The conversion is to take a file which contains a pair of moves on each line and number the lines.
None by default.
A better way to do this:
Chess::PGN::Parse on CPAN by Giuseppe Maxia
The perl-chess mailing list:
to read the archives.
Terrence Brannon, email@example.com
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright 2004 by Terrence Brannon
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.