@Yuri Censor wrote:
A compile for modern Windows 64-bit Intel computers: http://ivanhoe.wikispaces.com/
Source code: https://github.com/Censor/Ivanhoe
What's new in Ivanhoe945?
Very little. Open-source code of IvanHoe 999946h was modified to compile under Windows in the MP mode. Some code was borrowed from Ivanhoe.x64.VE.f. SLAB_MEMORY and SEE_VALUE features were enabled. For SLAB_MEMORY, a small code change was needed to get it to work. For SEE_VALUE, trivial code changes and parameter tuning were performed to make the feature useful. Minor bug fixes in material_value.c and matval_explain.c. Split depth values tuned in IH_SMP.h. RobboBases were turned off (a trivial thing to do once I couldn't quickly get them to work). My main concern was that, even though IvanHoe is open-source, for many compiles it's not obvious which code they are compiled from. The question arose, "What is the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?" (c) Monty Python.
Preliminarily it looks like it's pretty close to that of IvanHoe 46ei x64 SSE4.2, and that's good news to me.