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A Chess-playing AI

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# neuralknight

**Authors**: David Snowberger, Shannon Tully, Adam Grandquist

**Version**: 1.0.0

## Overview
An occasionally suicidal shell-based chess game.

## Getting Started

### Requirements
- Python 3.5 or greater
- pip package manager

### Installation
Installation is as simple as installing from pip:
`pip install neuralknight`

#### Running the app
To launch neuralknight, type the following into a shell:
`neuralknight https://neuralknight.herokuapp.com`

Should you wish to run a purely local instance:

- Download the source from [here](https://www.github.com/dsnowb/neuralknight)

- Create a postgres database named *neuralknight*

From inside the source directory:

- Initialize the database with `initialize_neuralknight_db`

- Launch the local server with
`pserve production.ini`
- In another shell, run the client with `neuralknight`

## Architecture
This app is written using Python 3.6, Pyramid, and Postgres, with Heroku as a deployment platform

## API
See our API docs [here](https://github.com/dsnowb/neuralknight/blob/master/API.md)

## Change Log
- 05 April 2018 - Repo Created
- 19 April 2018 - 1.0.0 release


0.1.0
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- Initial version.


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