I'm currently running with the settings:
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image height: 480
If you intend on a run test to see what the XBMs actually look like you might want to do just 64x48 for the lisp
It's clearly visible that SOMETHING is happening in the LISP code that is making it so slow, i just don't know what. I also don't know why the algorithm is not working
Since i've mainly been working in other languages, the program is pretty procedural by nature. I've tried as best i can to provide direct source-to-source transliteration while allowing for the individual idiosyncrasies of the languages. If somebody that is more fluent in lisp than I read over the lisp code and compared it to the C++, C#, Java, or Python code (which is tested to work) and find the bug it would be much appreciated. I'd try to find it myself but i'm honestly stumped- it was hard enough just to code in LISP, much less actually read it...
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