Originally Posted by Fat Slashmolder
RNG Reporter had CSV output support. It was recently switched to txt files though it's basically the same. Can't speak for PPRNG. Still it'll be cool to see someone actually research Gen 1-2 RNG though I hope you've seen this post http://www.smogon.com/forums/showthr...72#post3678072
Wow, that really helps actually! Now I don't have to wade through RAM searchers!
Originally Posted by Fat Aiyumi
Yes, yes, yes! Finally a command line RNG tool!
I was very excited over this... But currently there's only a 64-bit version. Sadly my machine is 32-bit. Will it have a 32-bit version?
Is there any chance of TurboRNG becoming open source? If the source code was available, I could compile it for my machine myself, as could people using other platforms...
Added my vote for Gen IV RNG support.
Yes, there will be both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. In fact, I have successfully built TurboRNG v1.0.1 on Linux x64, Linux x32, Windows x64, and Windows x32!
As for the open-source part... the project is too small right now for that to be helpful. At its current stage, I think more coders would just slow the pace. On the other hand, if someone can build 32-bit and 64-bit binaries for Mac using Xcode, I would gladly share the source (privately) to spread the love!