@@ 112,6 112,11 @@ simulator. A lot of the challenge is getting data into and out of the
simulator, and controlling it, which AWK makes very straightforward. The
thinly provisioned memory is also handy.
If you have a question, comment, or patch, you should send it in via [my public
Tests can be run using the `./scripts/run_tests.sh` script.
@@ 126,3 131,4 @@ is the expected output. Each TSV file corresponds to one test case.
Files in `test/simulation/` are each used as input to the program, and it's
exit code is assumed to indicate a test failure in the event it is nonzero.