Projects / YasSS


YasSS (Yet another (simple|stupid) Sudoku Solver) is a Sudoku solver for the command line. It solves any Sudoku puzzle and generates Sudoku puzzles. It can calculate the number of solutions, print a difficulty rating, and generate a canonical form for a puzzle. It also provides a curses interface for playing Sudoku.

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Recent releases

  •  20 Jun 2007 21:23

    Release Notes: This release adds an option to generate Sudokus with a random number of initial clues.

    •  06 Jan 2007 11:05

      Release Notes: Some minor bugs in the solver were fixed.

      •  27 Oct 2006 18:02

        Release Notes: This release fixes parsing of command line arguments that may have lead to segfaults and might have been exploited.

        •  27 Oct 2006 17:56

          Release Notes: This release supports SVG export of Sudokus via the --svg command line switch.

          •  12 Oct 2006 21:04

            Release Notes: This release adds a --uniq option that tests whether a Sudoku is uniq. This is much faster then --count. There is some documentation cleanup, and a TODO list has been added.


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