As already mentioned in
Recursive annotation variations,
Pgn2ltx uses the ``
mainline'' environment for displaying
the game moves per default.
If you add the option ``
-c'' to your program call, the
movecomment'' command is not only used for annotations but also
for the mainline of the game.
Your reasons for doing so could be the following:
showboard'' command, using ``
movecomment'' speeds up the LaTeX run significantly. The chess moves don't have to be ``executed'' anymore...
cb2pgn', export PGN but give the moves in LAN (Long Algebraic Notation) which is not yet supported in the ``
skak'' package (and a violation of the PGN standard, too). In this case, the ``
-c'' option might be your only resource.
The, more or less, obvious drawbacks are:
showboard'' in the middle of a game and display the current board position anymore.
skak'' styles ("styleA", "styleB" and "styleC") have no effect within ``