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A new release (0.03) of App::SweeperBot is being uploaded to the CPAN as I write this.

The new version uses a simple OO design from which you should be able to inherit cleanly. If you want to replace the AI, it should be as simple as:

package App::SweeperBot::Smarter; use base qw(App::SweeperBot); sub make_move { my ($this, $game_state) = @_; # Your AI goes here. } 1;

You can find what's in a given square using $game_state->[$x][$y]. Note that App::SweeperBot considers (1,1) to be the top-left square (not (0,0)).

The new release has all entire API documented; there are methods for stepping on squares, flagging squares, stomping (middle-clicking) on squares, and a few helpers for things like "how many unknown mines are adjacent to this square"?

Feedback, questions, and criticism all welcome.


In reply to Re^2: App::SweeperBot - Perl plays minesweeper, automatically. by pjf
in thread App::SweeperBot - Perl plays minesweeper, automatically. by pjf

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