Teddy is a visual interface to Popeye, Jacobi and Natch. It only requires you to specify the
location of Popeye and Natch (if you plan to use it).
All other parameters are set to usable values. They may be changed later.
Look at this page from time to time or if you have a problem. A newer version may have come out.
1.8.0 Teddy now integrates with Natch Many new features: Stopping Popeye/Natch, new Popeye conditions, user may add new pieces/conditions (must be known to the solving program), start in the latest tdy.file, change number of recent files, option to hide buttons for asynchronous solving (ie. without wait), and some smaller improvements and corrections.
1.7.0 Teddy now seamlessly integrates with Jacobi At the press of a button, Teddy calls Jacobi and starts the solving Jacobi parameters are generated in the same language as set for Popeye. Also, it is now possible to change FEN in Teddy and have the board updated
1.6.2 lets Teddy create parameters for Jacobi Create the position and stipulation and press Jacobi
1.6.1 presents the conditions lostpieces and partialparalysis and a few minor changes
1.6.0 presents an option to use fen to see/use for diagram position have more than 100 problems in a tdy-file an option to sort the problems on composer or other fields an option always to get solutions in short notation with qualification and a number of minor changes/corrections
1.5.0 presents Argentinian condition and pieces, many improvements to the compression, including an option to insert linebreaks every 3/4/5 moves, and an option to align move numbers less than 10 and a number of minor changes/corrections
1.4.5 includes an option to save a diagram to a gif-file, an information field (for 2.1... or the like) to be placed under the diagram, an information checkmark to indicate that the problem is C+ and a number of minor changes and corrections