Yeah, my search width was 14, so it's no wonder it crashed.
You recommended using gfind for larger widths. What's the difference between that and qfind?
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:) I get it now. Thanks! I just ran a search for an expansion of this partial spaceship in B36/S1258 and it returned a result instantly, claiming that it already was a spaceship (it's not). x = 23, y = 14, rule = B36/S1258 4$6b5o$7b3o! Did I do something wrong? Here's what my initrows.txt looked lik...
I downloaded ntzfind today and I cannot get it to run on my computer. I'm using Windows and I have Cygwin downloaded. I've gotten as far as compiling it (although I'm not sure I'm doing that right, since I know nothing about C or C++). I just used the command that was listed in the readme: g++ -std=...
- March 11th, 2020, 3:10 pm
- Forum: Scripts
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Which search program is the best for completing (or finding) partial spaceship results in rules other than B3/S23? I noticed an interesting orthogonal partial in a random soup in B36/S1258, but I don't know which program to download to attempt to complete it. Also, would it be best to use a differen...