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Can some clone the default optimizer to include enums optimizations.
It should be easy for a person knowing C#.
All needs to be done is to extract this functionality from genetic optimizer and insert into the default one.

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Probably in the Iterate() method.

I think you will have to use a step increment of 1 based on the function.

I don't have time to give it a try, so good luck!

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Can some clone the default optimizer to include enums optimizations.
It should be easy for a person knowing C#.
All needs to be done is to extract this functionality from genetic optimizer and insert into the default one.

Thanks,
Baruch

It was done here:


You can snip just that code, as the rest of the code does not work too well with NT7.

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