Barriers - Documentation
Here, we provide all the documentation necessary to install and use the program Barriers.
./configure; make; make installshould do it. However, if you want to change the install directory, you might want to run
The barriers program is able to process a variety of different graphs and corresponding movesets. For a detailed description of all options that may be set via commandline parameters, please consult the Barriers Manpage.
Using Barriers with huge memory
Barriers uses a hashtable with predefined size. If you have a huge amount of memory available, you can increase the size of this hash to be able to handle longer sequences.
This can be achieved using following configure flag:
You further have to run
make with the flag
The size of the hash-bits variable (called INT above) can be calculated like this: 2^INT * (48+max_sequence_length) = ram_size(in bytes)