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Shlomi Fish
Prepare for the new 3.16.0 release.
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freecell-solver-3.16.0
Shlomi Fish
Add some items to add to the FAQ.
Shlomi Fish
Bug fix: -l qs referenced the wrong file. This amends the previous commit.
Shlomi Fish
Add an item to the NEWS.txt.
Shlomi Fish
Add the qualified-seed preset. Thanks to vendu for some help in giving it a name. This preset aims to find short solutions.
Shlomi Fish
Add implicit.
Shlomi Fish
Finish the draft of the specification.
Shlomi Fish
Add more.
Shlomi Fish
Add more.
Shlomi Fish
Add the FreeBSD Logo.
Shlomi Fish
Add the distribution logos.
Shlomi Fish
Add more.
Shlomi Fish
Add more.
Shlomi Fish
Add more to the FAQ.
Shlomi Fish
Add more.
Shlomi Fish
Was able to dump the game as YAML.
Shlomi Fish
handle_pysolfc_savedgame: no errors! Does not do much but it does not error.
Shlomi Fish
handle_pysolfc_savedgame.py: progress. Still not working though.
Shlomi Fish
Add the context of every option to USAGE.txt.
Shlomi Fish
Fix build with ../Tatzer -l x64m . FCS_RCS_STATES and other stuff were the problem.
Shlomi Fish
Add some TODO to the FAQ.
Shlomi Fish
Start writing the FAQ.
Shlomi Fish
Convert libfreecell-solver to meta_alloc.[ch]. This way it should recycle more memory and as a result conserve it.
Shlomi Fish
Change an anachronistic header comment.
Shlomi Fish
Implement a recycle function for the meta_alloc. Now we have to implement it in libfreecell-solver.
Shlomi Fish
Recycling the instances immediately after finish. This should conserve some RAM already and in the future should conserve more once we switch to the meta_allocator system.
Shlomi Fish
Refactoring: convert to a global moves_seq. This is a stepping stone towards making individual flares recycled immediately after they terminated (to conserve space).
Shlomi Fish
Add the GUI Solver’s Author Name per his request.
Shlomi Fish
Convert fc_pro_iface to static allocation. Instead of mallocing and freeing.
Shlomi Fish
Remove predeclarations of fcs_user_t * user.
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