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To play texas holdem automaticallyProject is based on .net/c# Hand evaluator is based on Keith Rule's code (thanks, Keith!) http://www.codeproject.com/KB/game/pokerhandevaldoc.aspx Over dependencies are db4o 7.8 FastReflectionLib NGenerics 1.3 NLog 1.0 ZedGraph Project still in deep pre-alfa Some roadmap here http://code.google.com/p/thbot/wiki/RoadMap How to run here http://code.google.com/p/thbot/wiki/HowToRun
WinEyes is a rewrite of xeyes utility (by Keith Packard and the MIT X Consortium) for Win32, Pocket PC, ReactOS, and Wine. The purpose of WinEyes is to be as faithful to the original look of xeyes as possible.
Four In A Line is a multiplayer Connect Four game. It can be played on a network, or against an AI game player. The AI game player uses the algorithm developed by Keith Pomakis but then rewritten in Java. The network layer uses RMI without using the callback pattern, which ensures that the game will be compliant with firewalls. Connect Four is a trademark of Hasbro. I designated an implementation of the game and an AI player of it, but not the game itself. In case you want to reuse some parts of
A jQuery plugin that will provided shortest route through a series of one or more svg maps from a given start location to a destination using routing information encoded into the svg file. This plugin can be useful for kiosks and interactive digital signage. This plugin uses the SVG Plugin by Keith Wood and needs the base jquery.svg.js, jquery.svgdom.js, and jquery.svganim.js files. (as of August 2011 coding is taking place to remove this dependancy) Base svg map files can be generated with a va
Update: source now committed for your editing/reuse pleasure! First used at www.nextmanlyferry.com, this cobbled together selection of php code reads times of events from text files for each day of the week, and shows to the user the next, previous, and next +1 event according to your current server timezone. It's ideal for displaying a public transport timetable, as well as any event that occurs many times throughout a given day, It includes in-built handling of public holidays (by specific dat
WelcomeThis is project that contains some instructions and a few required files for integrating Notepad++ with Stata and other statistics programs (SAS, Python, Stat-Transfer, etc). 1. First, go to the Instructions wiki to learn about the process; 2. Then click on the Source tabs to download the required files. Why?To quote from one of our contributers (Andre): ...[These] instructions and files for using NPP have been immensely helpful for me. I have been working with 10 years of data from 7 dat