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Lem-in

This program will find the best way to move "ants" from a specific room to another in a graph. lem-in screenshot

Getting Started

Usage

Lem-in reads on STDIN so you can just launch it and write your map:

./lem-in

or you can redirect an existing map:

./lem-in < map

use -v to launch the visualizer
space to pause, shift to speed up, tab to display rooms name

./lem-in -v < map

Prerequisites

You will need SDL2, SDL2_GFX and SDL2_TTF

Debian

sudo apt-get install sdl2 sdl2_gfx sdl2_ttf

OSX

brew install sdl2 sdl2_gfx sdl2_ttf

Compiling

make all

Example

(Here is a video example)

A map should look like this:

20
a 0 0
##start
b 0 4
c 2 2
d 4 0
e 3 4
f 6 2
g 6 4
h 5 7
i 9 0
j 9 4
k 9 6
l 7 8
##end
m 12 4
n 12 8
a-b
b-e
e-g
g-j
j-m
#comment
a-d
d-i
i-j
b-c
c-f
f-g
e-h
h-l
l-n
n-m
g-k
k-m

It is composed of three parts:

  • The number of ants
  • The rooms
  • The links

Comments can be anywhere but you have to specify the start and end rooms by putting the commands ##start and ##end before declaring the room.

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