It has been a while since the last update for tenace, my bridge hand viewer. The highlight in version 0.10 is version 2.0 of the double dummy engine dds which has been updated to support parallel computation in multiple threads. The parscore computation in tenace now uses all available CPU cores. Even my notebook has two CPUs :).

More on the technical side, the GUI has been switched to use GtkBuilder which comes with Gtk so there is no external library needed anymore (previously libglade). The looks are pretty much the same as before, though.

The previous version 0.9 had added windows support via mingw. I would still appreciate if people could test it and tell me which bits I need to improve.