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Popeye,
an open source program for solving orthodox and heterodox [1] chess problems. The original author of Popeye was Philippe Schnoebelen who wrote it in Pascal under MS-DOS in 1983. The code was later donated in the spirit of the free software movement. Elmar Bartel, Norbert Geissler, Thomas Maeder, Torsten Linß, Stefan Hoening, Stefan Brunzen, Harald Denker, Thomas Bark and Stephen Emmerson, converted Popeye to C, and now maintain the program [2] . Popeye has a command-line interface and can be used with several operating systems. It can be connected to various GUIs [3], notably APwin by Paul Wiereyn [4], Fancy by Marek Kwiatkowski [5], or Ankona, a web-based application written by Ilja Ketris [6]. PopeyeUCI [7] by Franz Huber can run under any UCI compatible GUI [8] .
Let's blast'em [9]

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  1. ^ heterodox problem | chess composition | Encyclopedia Britannica
  2. ^ Popeye - from Software for handling chess problems, Wikipedia
  3. ^ Marián Križovenský (2013). 5+1 Popeye shells. (pdf)
  4. ^ APwin v2012 + Popeye
  5. ^ Software - WFCC
  6. ^ Ankona | chess problems: create, store, share, solve
  7. ^ fhubs jimdo page!
  8. ^ Update: Euclide 0.94 released by Michael Diosi, CCC, September 09, 2009
  9. ^ "Let's blast'em Japanazis! Buy war stamps here now", Record creator: Office for Emergency Management. Office of War Information. Domestic Operations Branch. Bureau of Special Services. (03/09/1943 - 09/15/1945), Source: National Archives and Records Administration, World War II US propaganda poster against the axis powers Empire of Japan and Nazi Germany (Japanazis) that promotes the purchase of war stamps, based on a Popeye image by E. C. Segar, Wikimedia Commons, Popeye – Wikipedia.de (German)

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