Please write about Adaptive Oscillator Movement and your new micro bot, please? I'd like to know your ideas. Also, do you want to race with me? I'm 13 years old. Do you want to have some race to top nano or the race into The2000Club? I'm not nano specialist but you are, let's try! » Nat | Talk » 02:01, 15 February 2009 (UTC)
Ook, I'm on it. ;) AOM is strongly under construction, but one of my new nanos will use a more sophisticated version of it. Currently Pugio moves somehow like that. It's about changing the frequency of oscillation in order to find a good solution against hostile guns. However, I've put off AOM recently, because I'm working on my new nano's movement. You mentioned my new microbot. Actually, I have two, but they are not so good at the moment, because I'm too lazy to learn GF. They use almost the same gun that is in my nano's! The difference is that the micros match velocity instead of lateral velocity. This makes their gun inaccurate, but it doesn't get mad by their random movement at least... --HUNRobar 17:00, 15 February 2009 (UTC)
GF seem to be hard, but it heart is very simple! At first, I'm too lazy to learn it. But once I've read more on robocode bot/ranking. The only way to get in top10 of general roborumble is to learn GF or learn TronsGun with DynamicClustering. I prefer first choise at that moment. (Now, I understand both) Once I've got the heart of GF, no problem. I take 2 days understand heart of GF and 2 more weeks to understand how to use rolling average with GF! Once a while, I've clean up the GuessFactor Targeting Tutorial from the old wiki, you can start on that! Feel free to ask me or someone on this wiki for your question.
Another thing, you should go to the old wiki often. There are much more rich information to acquire on the old wiki. One more: Could make your nanos open source, please. I know I can decompile it but almost every nanos release their source code! The robocoder here will give the credit, of course... Ah I think you use IDE, right? is your IDE split up bin and source folder? I think I saw your problem. Now, I've same source and bin directory in order to package robot with source. You may done this, too. Or can can post your code under suppage of your bot page. OR you want them close source? That bad for beginners! (I think I'm enter robocode community later than you, but, sorry, I think I know more theory than you.)
Don't know, I always tick the include source box. It doesn't include source for some reason recently. I looked up and yes, I've set .../build/classes/ to load my robots from. It means only class files are seen by Robocode. But I don't know how to make Netbeans generate the source into the build folder. --HUNRobar 17:55, 15 February 2009 (UTC)