Theseus port https://github.com/jamis/theseus version 1.0.2
Theseus is a library for generating and solving mazes. It also includes routines for rendering mazes (and their solutions) to both ASCII art, and to PNG image files.
There is also an included utility for generating mazes from the command-line.
Theseus supports the following types of mazes:
Mazes may be generated using any of the following features:
Theseus supports the following output types:
Theseus supports the following solution algorithms:
Orthogonal mazes may be converted to their unicursal equivalent. A unicursal maze is one which has only a single path that covers every cell in the field exactly once. This style is maze is often called a "labyrinth". See Theseus::OrthogonalMaze#to_unicursal for more information.
Theseus is also designed to allow you to step through both the generation of the maze, as well as the computation of the solution. This lets you (for instance) animate the construction (and solution) of the maze by drawing individual PNG frames for each step! And since Theseus includes an implementation of A* Search, this gives you an interesting way to visualize (among other things) how that algorithm works.
Lastly, Theseus can be used to manually build mazes (or any other grid-based structure) by hand. See Theseus::Maze for more information.
Theseus is designed to be super simple to use. See 'example' folder.
Theseus is created by Jamis Buck. It is made available in the public domain, completely unencumbered by rules, restrictions, or any other nonsense.
Please prefer good over evil.
Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:
dependencies: theseus: ^1.0.3+2
You can install packages from the command line:
$ pub get
$ flutter packages get
Alternatively, your editor might support
pub get or
flutter packages get.
Check the docs for your editor to learn more.
Now in your Dart code, you can use:
|1.0.3+2||Jun 19, 2016|
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lib/src/solvers/backtracker.dart failed with 19 errors, 1 hint, including:
line 21 col 41: The argument type '() → Position' can't be assigned to the parameter type 'Position'.
line 21 col 52: The argument type '() → Position' can't be assigned to the parameter type 'Position'.
line 39 col 22: The argument type 'List' can't be assigned to the parameter type 'BacktrackerStackItem'.
line 39 col 64: The method 'dup' isn't defined for the class 'List<int>'.
line 46 col 36: Undefined name 'x'.
lib/src/path.dart failed with 2 errors:
line 108 col 26: The argument type '(Position, dynamic) → Null' can't be assigned to the parameter type '(dynamic, dynamic) → void'.
line 113 col 26: The argument type '(Position, dynamic) → Null' can't be assigned to the parameter type '(dynamic, dynamic) → void'.
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