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Re: [SLUG] A reliable crossword compiler.
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] A reliable crossword compiler.
- From: Heracles <heracles@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 07 Nov 2011 10:43:43 +1100
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Are you looking for a "Word maze" program or a "Crossword maker"?
If it is the former, there are many available as they are easy to
write, if it is the latter, there are a few available but they all
expect clues for the various words you use.
On 07/11/11 09:55, wbennett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Can anyone recommend a simple crossword compilerthat will work on
> The one provided by the Department is as slow as a wet week and
> provides crosswords unworthy of the name. Ideally, I'd like to use
> a list of, say, fifteen surnames (ie., no clues) and it get on with
> fitting them into a grid (generated also by the program).
> Tried Sourceforge. The crosswords don't seem to be any better than
> the Department's. I'm also tired of reading that "9 out of 12 names
> have been fitted into a grid".
> Anybody had any experience with a good compiler?
> William Bennett.
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