October 04, 2015 • 1 min read
I made a new gem today, called Remarkovable.
The source code is here:
This gem extracts the Markov chain code I’ve been using on a bunch of my projects into a single package.
My goal was to have Markov chain code I could plug into any project, that was well-tested and didn’t do too much. Features include allowing the user to set a prefix length and custom starting key. So far it’s been doing exactly what I needed it to do.
Look for it on Rubygems soon.
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