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Silly me, trying to build and test this on cygwin. Machine is fine, but insane - can't find perl, Test::More, etc.

Anyway tried it, seems to answer "does somebody own gold" and "does x own gold". How to find out everyone who owns gold, or who does not.. or is that what _check_path does?

FWIW I'd like to specify "*" as an alias to "_". Or would that mess up inside a qw()? Also I feel scared by the underscore since it seems like the mysterious used $_ without the $ and always wonder if something will get evaled when I wasn't watching. Though maybe intentional? Does look like a "fill in the blank" which is kinda neat.

I see use of "exists" and a note about autovivification in the code. Is this too fragile for me to touch the knowledgebase hash?

What else needed to solve the thief problem? How about intersections?

What has been your experience using a graph?

In reply to Re: AI::Perlog -- Simple implementation by mattr
in thread AI::Perlog -- Simple implementation by Ovid

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