SgfParser has been released!

What is it?
SGF stands for Simple Game Format. It is a plain text file format to
store records of two-player board games like chess, backgammon, etc -
the most famous of which is known as go, igo, weiqi, weichi or baduk,
depending where you may have learned about it.

Basically, the library parses the file and makes a linked list out of
it. Fancy.

Grab the source at: http://github.com/Trevoke/SGFParser
Install the gem, if you have gemcutter installed: gem install SgfParser

Good things:
- browses all SGF files well.
- supports multiple gametrees per file
- easy access to node properties (thank god)

Bad things:
- no checking for correctness of file. When the library thinks it's done
parsing... It's done parsing.
- interface is probably still a little awkward.

But at least it's out there! All feedback welcome.
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