"In every crisis, there is an opportunity" somebody
With the Coronavirus I started to publicly develop the Generic Allocator (Gel).
I first posted about it on Twitter,
but now I am trying Mastodon:
So I started to describe my journey on Twitter: https://twitter.com/splitcells/status/1343279479720968199
The thread order is kind of ..... up.
Let's see how this will go.
Also, I'm working on an optimization program,
I have not really paid much attention to the classic optimization problem.
One problem solved, two to go
and than I will be on finish line for the 3th version of Gel!
I have now kind of solved my oral exam problem!
🎉 🎈 🎊 👯♀️ 🥂 🍻
I now have a comparison of the hill climber and my repair algorithm.
Now I have implemented the concept of functional tests.
My example of the oral exam seems to be solved.
I checked some parts manually and it seems to be 👍
And now I have more than 1500 commits for this project! 🤓
So it seems, I have finally made a working deterministic mode again.🎉
I also made the deterministic properties of sets and maps in Dem controllable:
Starting to make API documentation. 🤓
Finally, got CI working everywhere again! 👯♂️
Thereby, I also found out, that XSL does not consistently support relative paths. 😞
I'm now solving this via stylesheet parameters,
where the Java program determines the relevant absolute paths before executing XSL.
First, I need to create a spec,
which can be implemented in any way and where each implementation can be combined into one renderer,
via a simple shell pipeline.
That should make the architecture a lot smaller and adaptable.
Developer making an optimization framework in my free time
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