reversi

2015-09-23
This is a Common Lisp implementation of the Reversi game.

The web site for this package is http://reversi.kpe.io which has
documentation for this package.

Reversi is based on the Othello(tm) game presented in Peter Norvig's
book "Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming", chapter 18.
I highly suggest this book in general. If you wish to take full
advantage of this package, you should read the chapter referenced.

Quickstart
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First, you need to download and load ASDF -- the system definition loader.
It's home page is http://www.cliki.net/asdf. After downloading asdf.lisp, load it in your Lisp environment:
  (load "asdf.lisp")

Next, you need to load the Reversi ASDF definition file:
  (load "reversi.asd")

Next, load the Reversi program itself using ASDF:
  (asdf:operate 'asdf:load-op 'reversi)

If you are using AllegroCL, Lispworks, CMUCL, or SBCL with CLIM, you
can play Reversi with a graphical user interface using the command:
   (reversi:clim-reversi)

Otherwise, you can play in a text mode, such as:
   (reversi:reversi #'reversi:human (reversi:iago 1))