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As halley pointed out to me in node 433726, there is in fact a way to avoid the necessity of changing AI::Genetic at all, though it requires a small use of prototyping, which I know you abhor, to make it work.

In my version, you just have to write the make_config sub like this:

sub make_config { my (@genes) = @_; # sort classes in order by genes: # stupid #!@#!#$! sort bug my $sortsub = sub ($$) { my ($a,$b) = @_; $genes[$a] <=> $genes[$b]; }; my (@sclasses) = @CLASSES[sort $sortsub (0..$#CLASSES)]; push(@sclasses, (qw{XXX}) x ($SLOTS * $ROOMS)); my ($config) = []; for my $s (0..$SLOTS-1) { push @$config, []; for my $r (0..$ROOMS-1) { my $i=0; while (!is_acceptable($sclasses[$i],$s,$r,$config)) {$i++;} push @{$config->[-1]}, splice(@sclasses,$i,1); } } $config; }
-- @/=map{[/./g]}qw/.h_nJ Xapou cets krht ele_ r_ra/; map{y/X_/\n /;print}map{pop@$_}@/for@/

In reply to How to do it with no AI::Genetic hacks by fizbin
in thread Looking for help with AI::Genetic and classroom scheduling by merlyn

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