At the moment, if you run cores.py twice in a row, all the counts in our rendered output (see -o) actually double. We should utilize the last hash you coded.
Yea, I removed it because the place were I was adding the hash was stupid.
Idk you still think is worth it? I was thinking maybe just changing the sqlite db to be in memory so it'lll process everything every time being that is pretty fast.
Nope. Not worth it. It does run pretty fast.
Cool, I switch it to use set up the db in memory