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Vpatch Study Part 2 - Topological Sort Example

I have written a program that topologically sorts a list of python tuples representing vpatches1 as an exercise to understand V. A few tests are included. From this exercise I learned that I don't know exactly what it means for a vpatch to be a parent of another vpatch. I hope to resolve this point of confusion shortly.

I do not plan to continue working on this program unless otherwise directed. My next step is to publish my understanding of the what and why of V, followed by my annotations of asciilifeform's

  1. The datatype has the minimum information I believe is necessary to be able to perform a topological sort. []

One Response to “Vpatch Study Part 2 - Topological Sort Example”

  1. Diana Coman says:

    Sounds sensible to discard the prototype/toy, yes.

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