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Aurelian Florea wrote on 2020-07-21 UTC

I have corrected the post move code to:

if != const alias $moved White_Joker:
  if != const alias $moved White_Pawn:
    set last_type_moved const alias $moved;
    set last_type_moved Black_Barren_Pawn;

and similar for black. This code works.

But the Barren_Pawn worked fine when I had done only the move part of the pawn's powers but now I have added the capture part and nothing is legal anymore. Please help if you may! The code in question is:

def Black_Barren_Pawn
checkaleap #0 #1 0 -1 and cond empty #0 not capture empty #1
or checkleap #0 #1 -1 -1 or checkleap #0 #1 1 -1 
and cond empty #0 capture isupper space #1;

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